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signalment

that part of the veterinary medical history dealing with the animal's age, sex and breed.
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In veterinary terms, signalment means the age, breed and sex of your patient.
For descriptive variables listed in the categories of signalment, medical and surgical history, and infection, the outcome was defined as having MRSA or MSSA infection.
Signalment, history, clinicopathologic findings, and other relevant data were recorded and evaluated.
Signalment factors, comorbidity, and trends in behavior diagnoses in dogs: 1,644 cases (1991 2001).
Abstract: In psittacine birds, the antemortem diagnosis of aspergillosis is usually based on the clinical signalment combined with the results of diagnostic tests such as radiography, routine hematologic and biochemical analysis, and biopsy.
These syndromes are now separated by signalment, clinical appearance, the presence or absence of hyperlipidemia, histopathologic appearance, and immunohistochemical phenotype.