induced symptom

in·duced symp·tom

a symptom excited by a drug, exercise, or other means, often intentionally for diagnostic purposes.

in·duced symp·tom

(in-dūst simptŏm)
Symptom elicited by a drug, or other means, often intentionally, for diagnostic purposes.
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Wiping windows and fans with wet rags as well as servicing air-conditioners would also avoid the season's induced symptoms.
It helps reduce exercise- induced symptoms and can even improve overall lung performance and strength over time.
A survey of visually induced symptoms and associated factors in spectators of three dimensional stereoscopic movies.
Children who had many of the qualifier symptoms like recurrent cough or wheezing, exercise induced symptoms, night symptoms, seasonal variations, personal history of atopy or allergic rhinitis and family history of asthma or atopy were labeled to have asthma.
It is advisable to consult a phlebologist when you suffer from varicose veins induced symptoms such as heaviness, pain, edema, fatigue, tension and cramps.
Baby mice infected with the influenza A virus grew into adults that were protected against induced symptoms of the condition.
Postwar resilience is a concept that should not be limited to personal growth and the absence of trauma induced symptoms, but should include the skills and knowledge needed to help oneself by being a discerning consumer of mental health care.
Workers reported suffering from occupationally induced symptoms over periods of three months or more.
In immunocompetent mice with Leishmania major, polinacea reduces the induced symptoms by 25 percent, claims Indena.