There are four major stages of a disease - the incubation period, the prodromal period
, the recognisable disease and the stage of repair and complications.
After a prodromal period
of 7-10 days, unilateral or bilateral follicular conjunctivitis develops; within 2-4 days after onset of conjunctivitis, diffuse epithelial keratitis appears, followed by focal epithelial keratitis.
Traumatic Brain Injury During Prodromal Period
of Parkinson's Disease
Amlexanox is a drug that has been studied in the last few years and has been found to be effective in the prodromal period
and as a short-term effect.
The potential for a prodromal period
was examined in the 5 years pre-index date, and outcomes of interest were number of physician and hospital encounters per ICD-10 chapter, number of physician encounters per physician specialty, and percentage of people with one or more filled prescription per drug class.
The timing of medical interventions should be moved up to the prodromal period
, mild cognitive impairment stage or earlier.
* Hallucinations are present in the absence of a prodromal period
of functional decline or negative symptoms, making a primary psychotic disorder less likely.
In Stevens Johnson syndrome and TEN, cutaneous and mucosal involvement occur following the prodromal period
during which nonspecific complaints are observed (2, 7).
This paper presents two cases of herpes zoster ophthalmicus whose headaches in the prodromal period
mimicked the SUNCT syndrome and who were diagnosed with the presentation of vesicular desquamation.
There is usually a viral prodromal period
exemplified by myalgia, thyroid or neck tenderness, fever, a sore throat, and dysphagia or, alternatively, only low-grade fever with poorly characterized anterior neck pain.
Also, this period of the onset of the disorder is very difficult to be determined considering that there are also premorbid personality traits and a vague and uncharacteristic prodromal period
, which are evaluated in retrospect after a psychotic episode.