target symptoms


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Encyclopedia.

target symptoms

symptoms of an illness that are most likely to respond to a specific treatment, such as a particular psychopharmacological drug.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
However, overall they are generally well-tolerated and helpful with this group of target symptoms.
SpeechCycle's unique Continuous Improvement Process works to improve performance and add new content for target symptoms.
Lee: This was primarily because our target symptoms were "treatment-resistant" agitation among the most difficult-to-treat patients, rather than psychosis among general Parkinson's disease patients.
001) when using the WRAADDS Total score which measures the severity of the target symptoms of adults with ADHD.
At around 4 or 5 years, we start seeing the emergence of target symptoms for which they may be helpful," said Dr.
The average clinician makes up his mind within minutes of laying his eyes on the patient as to whether he is down in the dumps, panicking, crazy, or all over the place (bipolar) and in which proportions--for these are the only target symptoms for which he has medicines.