English - Turkish

  1. sendrom
  2. hastalık belirtileri
  3. belirgi
  4. belirti
  5. Belli bir hastalığın veya lezyonun varlığını ifade eden semptomlar topluluğu Diş Hekimliği
  6. i., tıb. sendrom
  7. Bir hastalıkta gözüken semptomların bütünü, sendrom Tıp
  8. sendrom (belirti) Nükleer Bilimler
  9. sendromlar (syndromes)

English - English

  1. A recognizable pattern of symptoms or behaviours
  2. – A combination of signs and/or symptoms that form a distinct clinical picture indicative of a particular disorder
  3. refers to a constellation of signs (what the examiner sees) and symptoms (what the patient reports) that recur regularly in clinical populations
  4. A complex of symptoms; a set of symptoms which occur together
  5. A symptom complex characteristic of a particular abnormality
  6. Generally, a number of characteristics, features, events or behaviours that seem to go with each other or are believed to be coordinated or interrelated in some way More specifically, in medicine and clinical psychology, a cluster of characteristics or symptoms which tend to occur together and be indicative of a specific disorder or abnormality
  7. A set of signs and symptoms that occur together often enough to constitute a specific condition or entity
  8. symptoms and signs that characterize a specific abnormality
  9. a set of symptoms that occur together
  10. A set of symptoms and/or signs occurring together [Quick find]
  11. A combination of symptoms that occur together and is indicative of a specific condition or disease
  12. One of the states of a syndrome subsystem It is often used more narrowly for one of a distinguished set of basis states of a syndrome subsystem
  13. The aggregate of signs and symptoms associated with any morbid process, and constitution together the picture of the disease
  14. A characteristic pattern of anomalies resulting from one underlying cause (e g Down syndrome, Turner syndrome, Meckel syndrome, DeLange syndrome etc )
  15. A group of symptoms and/or deformities that occur together in a recognizable pattern, defining a specific disease or condition
  16. a complex of concurrent things; "every word has a syndrome of meanings" a pattern of symptoms indicative of some disease
  17. A set of signs or a series of events occurring together that make up a disease or health problem
  18. A syndrome is a medical condition that is characterized by a particular group of signs and symptoms. Irritable bowel syndrome seems to affect more women than men see also Down's syndrome, premenstrual syndrome
  19. You can refer to an undesirable condition that is characterized by a particular type of activity or behaviour as a syndrome. It's a bit like the exam syndrome where you write down everything you know regardless of what has been asked. acquired immunodeficiency syndrome severe acute respiratory syndrome battered woman syndrome carpal tunnel syndrome chronic fatigue syndrome Cushing syndrome Down syndrome fetal alcohol syndrome Gulf War syndrome irritable bowel syndrome Klinefelter syndrome Korsakoff syndrome Marfan syndrome polycystic ovary syndrome Stein Leventhal syndrome premenstrual syndrome respiratory distress syndrome Reye syndrome sudden infant death syndrome Tourette syndrome toxic shock syndrome Turner syndrome
  20. a collection of traits, health problems, and/or birth defects in an individual which usually has a single underlying cause
  21. particular group of symptoms that appear together and characterize a particular disease or disorder (Medicine) isim
  22. a complex of concurrent things; "every word has a syndrome of meanings"
  23. a pattern of symptoms indicative of some disease
  24. Concurrence
  25. Group of signs and symptoms that together are known or presumed to characterize a disorder
  26. meaning a group of signs and symtpoms that occur together and characterize a particular abnormality
  27. A recognizable pattern or group of multiple signs, symptoms or malformations that characterize a particular condition; syndromes are thought to arise from a common origin and result from more than one developmental error during fetal growth
  28. A set of signs or series of events occurring together that often point to a single disease or condition as the cause [113]
  29. A collection of symptoms that characterize a specific disease or condition
  30. A group of signs and symptoms that occur together and characterize a particular abnormality

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    Etymology: [ 'sin-"drOm also -dr& ] (noun.) 1541. From Ancient Greek συνδρομή (syndrome, “concurrence of symptoms, concourse”), from σύνδρομος (syndromos, “running together”), from συν- (syn-, “with”) + δρόμος (dromos, “running, course”).
    Synonyms: affection, ailment, complaint, complex, diagnostics, disorder, infirmity, malady, problem, prognostics, sickness, sign, symptoms
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