accessory symptom


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ac·ces·so·ry symp·tom

a symptom that usually but not always accompanies a certain disease, as distinguished from a pathognomonic symptom.

ac·ces·so·ry symp·tom

(ak-ses'ŏr-ē simp'tŏm)
A symptom that usually but not always accompanies a certain disease, as distinguished from a pathognomonic symptom.
Synonym(s): concomitant symptom.

accessory symptom

A minor symptom, or a nonpathognomonic one.
Synonym: assident symptom
See also: symptom

ac·ces·so·ry symp·tom

(ak-ses'ŏr-ē simp'tŏm)
Symptom that usually but not always accompanies a specific disease, as distinguished from a pathognomonic symptom.
Synonym(s): concomitant symptom.
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Therefore, the influence of TJ-15 on the accessory symptoms of hypertension does not seem attributable to an antihypertensive action.
Patients who present with any of the five accessory symptoms of hypertension (irritability, anxiety, sleep disorder, hot flushes, and facial suffusion) at the beginning of the observation period that is classified as grade + + (i.e., the symptom is present, but is tolerable).