clinical presentation

clinical presentation

The constellation of physical signs or symptoms associated with a particular morbid process, the interpretation of which leads to a specific diagnosis
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Patient age, gender, clinical presentation, tumour size, TNM staging as per CT scan findings, surgical procedure, pathological TNM staging, histopathological findings, adjuvant therapy, tumour recurrence and patient survival were assessed.
The sheet included sociodemographic data (age, gender, residency, and nationality), as well as variables related to clinical presentation of SCA, including vaso-occlusive crisis, ACS and bacterial infection.
The clinical presentation of a CVA6-related HFMD differs from classic HFMD; the distribution can be more widespread, with purpuric lesions (10).
Separate chapters focus on the pathology, clinical presentation, and treatment of aggressive B-cell, indolent B-cell, T-cell and natural killer cell, and Hodgkin lymphomas.
The Aptima HIV-1 Quant Dx assay may also be used in conjunction with clinical presentation and other laboratory markers for disease prognosis in HIV-1 infected individuals.
Demographics, etiological and clinical profile (intentionality of poisoning, nature of agents and clinical presentation) were studied.
Fewer studies have been conducted on subtypes of GBS in Pakistan21-24 and there is no study in literature as regards to the clinical presentation of GBS in Pakistan.
It also underscores the importance of interpreting laboratory results in the context of clinical presentation and other laboratory findings.
In the article titled "NXP-2 Positive Dermatomyositis: A Unique Clinical Presentation" [1], an acknowledgment should be added as follows:
Methods: This is 5 years (2010 to 2015) retrospective study conducted at the Aga Khan University Hospital enrolling 65 admitted children between 6 months to 15 years from either gender, diagnosed with IBD on clinical presentation, endoscopy and biopsy.
Moreover, the clinical presentation and patient's locality did not affect the final outcome (p>0.05).

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