subjective symptoms

subjective symptoms

Etymology: L, subjectus, subject; Gk, symptoma
symptoms that are observed only by the patient and that cannot be objectively confirmed.

subjective symptoms

patient-reported symptoms that may/may not be obvious, but are of relevance in patient assessment and formulation of the diagnosis
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The patient had no signs of fever, vomiting, weight loss, or any other subjective symptoms.
Subjective symptoms of medical students exposed to formaldehyde during a gross anatomy course.
Antidepressants were used for the treatment of the chronic subjective symptoms such as dizziness with anxiety and psychiatric comorbidity.
The JOA score is composed of subjective symptoms, clinical signs, impairment of activities of daily living, and urinary bladder function.
This reduced pressure, in turn, decreases the percentage of oxygen that passes the blood-gas barrier, which induces both objective and subjective symptoms.
Stage One, Normal: Individuals at this stage appear normal, without any objective or subjective symptoms of cognitive problems, and without signs of a decline in functioning or indications of mood or behavioral changes.
Since dry eye is largely a comfort-related measure when mild or moderate, it was important to measure the impact of supplementation on subjective symptoms as well as measures of tear quantity and quality.
LPPs determined at the different bladder volumes were compared by the Stamey grade of subjective symptoms severity.
The highest level of placebo effect is seen with diseases that have subjective symptoms that are patient-reported, difficult to measure directly, tend to fluctuate in severity, and occur over long periods (i.
Sleep deprivation may be a much better model system because the subjective symptoms and the objectively measured filter disorder are far more akin to mental illnesses.
In this study the longer duration of mobile phone use and the longer the daily call time were statistically significantly associated with subjective symptoms while controlling for confounding.

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