symptom

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الإنجليزية - التركية
belirti

Romatoid artrit belirtileri olan kişiler, ne yedikleri konusunda çok dikkatli olmalılar. - People with rheumatoid arthritis symptoms should be careful about what they eat.

Sık sık bu belirtilerin olur mu? - Do you have this symptom often?

{i} bulgu
semptom

Tom'un hiç semptomları yok. - Tom doesn't have any symptoms.

Bu semptomlar ne kadar süre boyunca devam edecek? - For how long will I continue to have these symptoms?

araz
işaret
{i} (Tıp) semptom, bulgu, belirti
(Tıp) Hastalık belirtisi, araz, belirti, semptom
{i} işaret, alamet, belirti
(Diş Hekimliği) Bir hastalığın varlığı veya hangi aşamasında olduğu üzerine belirti ve kanıt kabul edilen, hastada belli değişiklik belirtileri
belirtiler

Romatoid artrit belirtileri olan kişiler, ne yedikleri konusunda çok dikkatli olmalılar. - People with rheumatoid arthritis symptoms should be careful about what they eat.

Belirtileri tanımıyor musun? - Don't you recognize the symptoms?

arazi
symptoms
belirtiler

Hangi belirtilerin var? - What symptoms do you have?

Romatoid artrit belirtileri olan kişiler, ne yedikleri konusunda çok dikkatli olmalılar. - People with rheumatoid arthritis symptoms should be careful about what they eat.

symptom complex
sendrom
symptom-relieving
hastalık belirtilerinden kurtulma
symptom choice
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) semptom seçimi
symptom cluster
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) semptom kümesi
symptom control
semptom kontrolü
symptom formation
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) semptom oluşumu
symptom neurosis
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) semptom nevrozu
symptom specificity
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) semptom özgüllüğü
symptom substitution
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) semptom ikamesi
constitutional symptom
genel semptom
general symptom
genel semptom
withdrawal symptom
yoksunluk semptomu
affective symptom
(Tıp) afektif semptom
positive symptom
(Tıp) pozitif semptom
premonitory symptom
uyarıcı belirti
symptoms
araz
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Anything that indicates, or is characteristic of, the presence of something else, especially of something undesirable
A perceived change in some function, sensation or appearance of a person that indicates a disease or disorder, such as fever, headache or rash
{n} a sign, mark, token, indication, proof
an subjective manifestation of a pathological condition Symptoms are reported by the affected individual rather than observed by the examiner [DSM-IV]
A change during a disease that a person subjectively experiences (e g , pain, bodily discomfort, fatigue, or loss of appetite) Sometimes the term symptom is used more broadly to include any observed signs (See 850)
A person's sensation or perception of disease or some abnormality in the body
"An observable phenomena arising from and accompanying a defect Sometimes, but not always, the same word is used both as a defect description and as a symptom description; e g , "open circuit " More usually, a defect will have multiple symptoms; e g , "insufficient torque" may include the symptoms of vibration, overheating, erratic function, etc " (Dr Joseph M Juran)
A symptom of an illness is something wrong with your body or mind that is a sign of the illness. One of the most common symptoms of schizophrenia is hearing imaginary voices. patients with flu symptoms
A warning signal sent from the tissues, organs and muscles to the brain that damage has occurred, and still may be occurring Common symptoms are pain, tingling, and numbness, although, many subluxations occur without any noticeable symptoms
a departure from normal function, sensation, or appearance A symptom is often an indication that a disease is present
{i} sign, indication, manifestation; something caused by and indicative of a certain disease or disorder
An indication of a disease or another health condition that a person feels (such as pain, dizziness, or nausea) Indications of disease that can be seen or measured by others (such as high blood pressure, fever, or skin rash) are called signs
(medicine) any sensation or change in bodily function that is experienced by a patient and is associated with a particular disease
Anything that indicates, or is characteristic of the presence of something else; especially a perceived change in some function, sensation or appearance of a patient that is indicative of a disease or disorder
The external and internal reactions or alterations of a plant as a result of a disease
Any non-observable condition described by the patient
any functional evidence of a disease or of a patient's condition
Any objection or aberration in function including behavior indicating disease
Subjective evidence of disease or of a patient's condition which indicates there might be something wrong
Any change in the body or its functions, as perceived by the patient, which could indicate the presence of disease
something that indicates the presence of an abnormality in relation to the body and/or its functions
anything that accompanies X and is regarded as an indication of X's existence
Sign of disease or dysfunction
An indication of an abnormal condition Symptoms commonly propagate to network elements from a root-cause source See also fault
A manifestation of disordered functioning, including both the physical and psychological aspects
A symptom of a bad situation is something that happens which is considered to be a sign of this situation. Your problem with keeping boyfriends is just a symptom of a larger problem: making and keeping friends
Any affection which accompanies disease; a perceptible change in the body or its functions, which indicates disease, or the kind or phases of disease; as, the causes of disease often lie beyond our sight, but we learn their nature by the symptoms exhibited
Any indication of disease noticed or felt by a patient; in contrast, a sign of an illness is an objective observation
Any perceptible change in the body or its functions that indicates disease or the kind or phases of disease (CMD 1997)
anything that accompanies X and is regarded as an indication of X's existence (medicine) any sensation or change in bodily function that is experienced by a patient and is associated with a particular disease
A sign of disease
A sign or token; that which indicates the existence of something else; as, corruption in elections is a symptom of the decay of public virtue
Information related by an individual about himself/herself that may indicate illness or injury Signs or observations are made about an individual or an animal that may indicate illness or injury
An observable phenomenon arising from and accompanying a defect
A subjectively perceived problem or complaint reported by the patient In multiple sclerosis, common symptoms include visual problems, fatigue, sensory changes, weakness or paralysis of limb, tremor, lack of coordination, poor balance, bladder or bowl changes, and psychological changes
Any abnormal change in appearance, sensation, or function experienced by a patient that indicates a disease process
symptom journal
A means of regularly tracking and recording individuals’ symptoms and daily health choices in relationship to their health outcomes including, but not limited to: nutrition, exercise, medications, treatment, self-care, stress levels, sleep, and work
cardinal symptom
The particular symptom which is regarded most important for choosing the curing substance
cardinal symptom
The primary or major symptom by which a diagnosis is made
withdrawal symptom
Any of a wide range of symptoms associated with the discontinuance of a drug by a person who has become addicted to it
symptoms
Say: simp-tums Symptoms! When you're sick, usually you have symptoms - funky body changes like fevers that let you know something's not right with your body By telling a doctor your symptoms, doctors can figure out what's wrong Think of symptoms like clues you need to solve a mystery - if you have enough of them, it's pretty easy to figure out! For example, if you have an achy ear and you're feeling crummy, you might have an ear infection And if you're throwing up and your stomach hurts, maybe you have a stomach virus So the next time you're feeling yucky, tell your parents and doctor your symptoms so you can get better!
symptoms
A sign or an indication of disorder or disease, particularly when experienced by an individual as a change from normal function, sensation, or appearance
symptoms
at least two of
symptoms
Chronic intractable incapacitating pain is the major symptom Other manifestations are the result of sensory, motor and autonomic nerve dysfunction
symptoms
- perceived changes in the mind or body, or an impaired function of the body implying the presence of disease or injury
symptoms
signs recognized by lay people and physicians as an indication of a possible disease
symptoms
These are thing you notice when your asthma is not under control; they include wheezing, coughing, shortness of breath, etc
symptoms
Heavy reliance on the bank: missed discounts from suppliers, costly discounts to customers, buying or making in penny numbers Eg An undercapitalised firm will licence its vehicles for 4 months at a time to save cash This could be right as an emergency measure, but it is a wrong policy, being equivalent to borrowing cash at 33% pa (sacrificing profitability to safeguard liquidity)
symptoms
A complaint of a body ailment
symptoms
= What you feel internally during an illness See Signs
symptoms
Medical signs or evidence of possible exposure or contamination
symptoms
n/a
symptoms
headache, nausea, abdominal pain, back pain, & cough
symptoms
Sudden blurred vision is the main symptom, however some people will experience unusual visual phenomenon in their vision Floaters are less common but can also occur Pain is rare, but can occur in severe central retinal vein occlusions
symptoms
plural of symptom
symptoms
signs or indications of disease
symptoms
As opposed to a sign, a symptom is a change that someone can feel, but that your doctor cannot see For example, a headache is a symptom
withdrawal symptom
any physical or psychological disturbance (as sweating or depression) experienced by a drug addict when deprived of the drug
symptom
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