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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

(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

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.
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En el "Prodromus Florae Novo-Granatensis", publicado a mediados del siglo pasado, el insigne botanico colombiano Jose Jeronimo Triana y el frances J.
In Natural History of Victoria: Prodromus of the Zoology of Victoria 1878-90, Decade II, pp.
Barr, Prodromus to Class Loculoascomycetes, Hamilton I.
El conde Gabriele Verri publicaba en 1747 la obra mas representativa de su pensamiento: Prodromus de origine et progressu iuris mediolanensis y volvia a publicar, en 1747, sin reformarlas, las Novae Constitutiones de 1541 que desde 1617 no se habian vuelto a editar.
The full Latin title was Prodromus Dissertationum Cosmographicarum Continens Mysterium Cosmographicum ("A Preview of Cosmographical Dissertations Containing the Mystery of the Cosmos").
Sobieski resisted the invasion of Central Europe by the Turks in the late 17th century, and the Polish astronomer Johannes Hevelius invented this constellation in his honor--it was included in Hevelius's posthumous catalog, Prodromus Astronomiae, published in 1690.
Paul Silentatius, George Pisida, John Damascenus, Simeon Metaphrastes, John of Euchaita, Theodore Prodromus, John Tzetza, Clemens Alexandrinus, and Manuel Phile.
L'Heritier acquired the herbarium, carried it secretly to England and ultimately published a few in "Sertum Anglicum." Ruiz published an account of the genus Cinchona and with Pavon issued "Florae peruvianae et chilensis prodromus" (1794), "Systema vegetabilium" (1798 ) and four volumes of "Flora peruviana et chilensis" (1798-1802).
(16) Augustin Pyramis De Candolle, Prodromus Systematis Naturalis Regni Vegetabilis, vol.