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prodrome

 [pro´drōm]
a premonitory symptom; a symptom indicating the onset of a disease. adj., adj prodro´mal, prodro´mic.

pro·drome

(prō'drōm), The correct plural of this word is prodromes, not prodromata.
An early or premonitory symptom of a disease.
Synonym(s): prodromus
[G. prodromos, a running before, fr. pro- + dromos, a running, a course]

prodrome

/pro·drome/ (pro´drōm) a premonitory symptom; a symptom indicating the onset of a disease.prodro´malprodro´mic

prodrome

(prō′drōm′)
n.
An early symptom indicating the onset of an attack or a disease.

pro·dro′mal (-drō′məl), pro·drom′ic (-drŏm′ĭk) adj.

prodrome

[prō′drōm]
Etymology: Gk, prodromos, running before
1 an early sign of a developing condition or disease.
2 the earliest phase of a developing condition or disease. Many infectious diseases such as chickenpox or measles are most contagious during the prodromal period. prodromal, adj.

prodrome

Medtalk A premonitory or early Sx of a disease or a disorder Neurology A premonitory Sx unrelated to a seizure  Cf Aura.

pro·drome

(prō'drōm)
An early or premonitory symptom of a disease.

prodrome

A symptom or sign that precedes the start of a disease and gives early warning. KOPLIK'S SPOTS are a prodrome of MEASLES and the AURA is a prodrome of an epileptic seizure or an attack of MIGRAINE.

Prodrome

A symptom or group of symptoms that appears shortly before an acute attack of illness. The term comes from a Greek word that means "running ahead of."

pro·drome

(prō'drōm)
Early or premonitory symptom of a disease.

prodrome (prō´drōm),

n a symptom, often noted prior to monitoring and diagnosis that may signal the beginning of a disease.

prodrome

a premonitory clinical sign; a clinical sign indicating the onset of a disease.
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Paul Silentatius, George Pisida, John Damascenus, Simeon Metaphrastes, John of Euchaita, Theodore Prodromus, John Tzetza, Clemens Alexandrinus, and Manuel Phile.
16) Augustin Pyramis De Candolle, Prodromus Systematis Naturalis Regni Vegetabilis, vol.
Prodromus descriptionis animalium evertebratorum, quae in Expeditione ad Oceanum Pacificum Septenetrionalem, a Republica Federata missa, D.
11), but he regularly cites later authors such as Clement of Alexandria and Eusebius and even the 12th-century Theodorus Prodromus (43n.
In that same year, 1669, Nicolaus Steno (1636-1686) published his book, De Solido intra Solidum Naturaliter Contento Dissertationis Prodromus, also in Copenhagen.
de Candolle (editor), Prodromus Systematis Naturalis Regni Vegetalis 12.
Schott in his Prodromus (Schott, 1860) as grex Andiphilum, a name that will be formally resurrected to the level of section in an upcoming publication (Croat & Carlsen, in prep.
Nomenclatural problems arising from Hamilton's Prodromus.
Pars VIII of Prodromus descriptionis animalium evertebratorum, quae in Expeditione ad Oceanum Pacificum Septentrionalem, a Republica Federata missa, Cadwaladaro Ringgold et Johanne Rodgers Ducibus, observatit et descripsit.
Polygalarum Africanum et madagascariensium prodromus atque gerontogsi generis Heterosamara Kuntze, a genere Polygala L.