secondary symptom

secondary symptom

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Feeling cold could be a secondary symptom in some cases.
It is also possible that the sudden onset of an eye infection maybe the secondary symptom to another health issue.
Paralysis can lead to the secondary symptom of pressure sores.
In addition they were asked if they had blisters on their fingers, a secondary symptom.
Being a board-certified family medicine specialist, I see cases that involve fatigue as a primary symptom (where the patient, whether a young heiress or elder statesman, comes in with a specific complaint of tiredness), or a secondary symptom (where something as minor as a sore throat may be the presenting problem, but lack of energy is the underlying issue).
Conditions such as subarachnoid hemorrhage, subdural hematoma, arteriovenous malformation, temporal arteritis, and stroke may present with headache as a prominent or secondary symptom, Dr.
However, Christine Cutts' assertion that domestic violence is a secondary symptom of poverty, contrasts with Ros Thorpe's claim, that it is the idealisation of motherhood, and the unrealistic expectations irrespective of class or economic and social resources which mean that many (all?
Likewise, if the secondary symptom is unaffected by jaw use, one should question its relationship to the TM disorder and be suspicious of two separate pain conditions.
Sleep was a luxury as Ann Marie, who developed scoliosis as a secondary symptom of Rett Syndrome, was in agony and needed round-the-clock care.
Analyses of the secondary symptom data from the first pivotal Phase III study and of the combined database from the two pivotal Phase III studies indicate that statistically significantly more patients have a sustained relief of nausea, sensitivity to light and sound following treatment with MT 300 than with placebo.
8] Some of the symptoms associated with BPH however might, in fact, be symptoms of an aging bladder rather than secondary symptoms to subvesical obstruction.
It means the cancer cells have metasised or migrated to other organs and secondary symptoms in either the lung, liver, bone, brain or any other part of the body.