delayed symptom

delayed symptom

Etymology: Fr, delai + Gk, symptoma, that which happens
a symptom such as shock that does not appear until after the precipitating cause.
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Having been reviewed on the conclusion of the match, the Welsh medical team felt that I should undertake the graduated return to play protocol, as a delayed symptom of concussion was present.
In 2009, researchers noted delayed symptom progression in type 2 diabetic patients with mild AD taking the drug pioglitazone (6).
As the benefits of qigong were largely observed after treatment concluded, researchers suggest qigong may prevent a delayed symptom burden, or expedite the recovery process especially for women with elevated depressive symptoms at the start of radiotherapy.
This study adds to the growing evidence that education and a healthy lifestyle can help prevent against early cognitive decline, and confirms results from an earlier, 2007 study that found that bilingual patients delayed symptom onset by as much as four years compared to monolingual patients.
Delayed symptom presentation and interpatient variations in the progression of both conditions suggest that current methods for screening injured soldiers' mental health, which focus on symptom assessment upon hospitalization, may cast too small a net, according to Dr.
Delayed symptom presentation and interpatient variations in the progression of both PTSD and depression suggest that current methods for screening injured soldiers' mental health, which focus on symptom assessment upon hospitalization, may cast too small a net, according to Dr.
A previous study showed that shorter antibiotic regimens of 5, 10, and 20 days only delayed symptom onset in 20 macaques.
Because only zero to five cases of melioidosis are identified annually in the United States and the disease has nonspecific and possibly delayed symptoms, it might not initially be suspected as a diagnosis (1,4,6).
They found that the biomarker can stay in the bloodstream for up to a week, which means patients who suffer delayed symptoms of concussion could easily be identified.
But there are also chemicals from our immune system which cause more delayed symptoms, such as the blocked-up nose, headaches, stuffiness and puffy eyes.
Patients with Teflon granuloma likely fall into one of two groups: (1) those with an immediate reaction to overinjection or improper injection and (2) those with delayed symptoms secondary to an exuberant granulomatous response.
In the immediate aftermath of a poisoning, the right drug might blunt the immune response and prevent delayed symptoms, suggest Stephen R.