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symptomatic and common
For example, it is not the feeling of fear that produces an increase in heart beat, both are symptomatic of a common physiological origin, possibly in response to a legitimate external threat.
* Temporal lobe epilepsy ( TLE ), a symptomatic localization-related epilepsy, is the most common epilepsy of adults who experience seizures poorly controlled with anticonvulsant medications.
Sildenafil citrate shows some symptomatic relief, suggesting a possible common etiology with erectile dysfunction.
Like its components ( inability to focus attention, mental confusion and various impairments in awareness and temporal and spatial orientation ), delirium is the common symptomatic manifestation of new organic brain dysfunction ( for any reason ).
Contrary to common belief, White's attorneys did not argue that the Twinkies were the cause of White's actions, but that their consumption was symptomatic of his underlying depression.
It is more common in the elderly and may be symptomatic or asymptomatic.
It is common that in infants of 18 to 24 months the adenoids are symptomatic, meaning that snoring, nasal airway obstruction and obstructed breathing usually occur during sleep.
In addition to the symptomatic manifestation of the disease in the skin, chronic liver problems are extremely common in patients with the sporadic form of PCT.
It is the most common method for treating symptomatic gallstones.
Pulmonary venous hypertension is exceedingly common, since it occurs in most patients symptomatic with congestive heart failure.
Vein of Galen aneurysmal malformations ( VGAM ) are the most common form of symptomatic cerebrovascular malformation in neonates and infants.
Cysticercosis is the most common cause of symptomatic epilepsy worldwide.
Watchful waiting is the common management of minimally symptomatic inguinal hernias.
These circumstances are today considered symptomatic of social phobia ( fear of social contact ) and agoraphobia ( in the sense of fear of social gatherings or visitors outside a defined space they feel in control of ); this supports a diagnosis of panic disorder, which is also common following a spontaneous cerebral hemorrhage.
CPV2a and CPV2b have been isolated from a small percentage of symptomatic cats and is more common than feline panleukopenia in big cats.

symptomatic and malaise
This is, however, symptomatic of our national malaise.
Not only did he claim that Boniface was threatening the health of the church, the pope was just as guilty for not reining him in and that was symptomatic of the current malaise of the entire church.

symptomatic and is
The same can be said about the half-hearted Cuban invasion mounted by the administration last April, which, we trust, is not symptomatic of the methods to be invoked in holding off the felonious Khrushchev.
It is also symptomatic of a change in attitude which appears to be spreading all across the South.
The flood is not as great -- only 700 a week according to one apparently conservative account -- but it is symptomatic.
Treatment with antacids alone is symptomatic and only justified for minor symptoms.
An anti-diarrhoeal drug ( or anti-diarrheal drug ( American English )) is any medication which provides symptomatic relief for diarrhoea.
Initial treatment is aimed at providing symptomatic relief.
Bradycardia (; Greek βραδυκαρδία, bradykardía, " heart slowness "), in the context of adult medicine, is the resting heart rate of under 60 beats per minute, though it is seldom symptomatic until the rate drops below 50 beats / min.
Emergent treatment is not needed if the person is asymptomatic or minimally symptomatic.
In men, infection of the urethra ( urethritis ) is usually symptomatic, causing a white discharge from the penis with or without pain on urinating ( dysuria ).
A CT scan of the head is usually performed first when the subject is symptomatic.
Benzodiazepines can be given to curb the patient's agitation, and supportive care with oxygen, hydration, and symptomatic treatment is often provided.
* Rasmussen's encephalitis is a symptomatic localization-related epilepsy that is a progressive, inflammatory lesion affecting children with onset before the age of 10.
In France, a resurgence of the guilds in the second half of the 17th century is symptomatic of the monarchy's concerns to impose unity, control production and reap the benefits of transparent structure in the shape of more efficient taxation.
Management is symptomatic.
There is no treatment, and therapy is mainly supportive and symptomatic.

symptomatic and most
By making these data available to local public health officials in real time, most models of anthrax epidemics indicate that more than 80 % of an exposed population can receive antibiotic treatment before becoming symptomatic, and thus avoid the moderately high mortality of the disease.
By making these data available to local public health officials in real time, most models of anthrax epidemics indicate that more than 80 % of an exposed population can receive antibiotic treatment before becoming symptomatic, and thus avoid the moderately high mortality of the disease.
Medications and somatic treatments may provide the most rapid symptomatic relief from some sleep disturbances.
MCI's history, combined with the histories of companies it has acquired, echoes most of the trends that have swept American telecommunications in the past half-century: It was instrumental in pushing legal and regulatory changes that led to the breakup of the AT & T monopoly that dominated American telephony ; its purchase by WorldCom and subsequent bankruptcy in the face of accounting scandals was symptomatic of the Internet excesses of the late 1990s.
The infection is usually self-limiting and in most cases, symptomatic treatment by liquid and electrolyte replacement is enough in human infections.
ACE inhibitors are also vasodilators with both symptomatic and prognostic benefit and, lastly, statins are the most frequently used lipid / cholesterol modifiers which probably also stabilize existing atheromatous plaque.
A 1993 study done in Japan found the symptoms of the post-tubal ligation syndrome to be mild, and simple symptomatic treatment to be sufficient in most cases.
As most viral infections cannot be treated with directed therapy, symptomatic treatment is the only form of therapy for those forms of myocarditis.
In a study of 1034 symptomatic adults, Sheehan ’ s syndrome was found to be the sixth most frequent etiology of growth hormone deficieny, being responsible for 3. 1 % of cases ( versus 53. 9 % due to a pituitary tumor ).
The infection is usually self-limiting, and in most cases, symptomatic treatment by liquid and electrolyte replacement is enough in human infections.
Though their repair is one of the most frequently performed surgical operations, elective surgery is no longer recommended in minimally symptomatic cases, due to the low risk of incarceration (< 0. 2 % per year ) and the significant risk ( 10-12 %) of post herniorraphy pain syndrome.
While most infections clear up spontaneously, treatment with tetracycline or doxycycline appears to reduce the symptomatic duration and reduce the likelihood of chronic infection.
If a seizure happens during the infection itself, the person most likely doesn't have epilepsy, but has " symptomatic seizures " or seizures occurring because of a known injury to the brain.
The general move towards more conservative and business-minded signings from the 1980s onwards is seen to be symptomatic of an industry where the most powerful figures are no longer music fans or people with musical backgrounds, but business people.
Ischemic strokes are the most frequent presentation of CADASIL, with approximately 85 % of symptomatic individuals developing transient ischemic attacks or stroke ( s ).
About 85 % of paragangliomas develop in the abdomen ; only 12 % develop in the chest and 3 % in the head and neck region ( the latter are the most likely to be symptomatic ).
Currently, the first approach most commonly recommended in healthy babies ( without any " red flag " symptoms ) is to use non-medicinal, noninvasive treatments like burping, stomach massage and gas release techniques as well as symptomatic and emotional support.
This shaky financial foundation was symptomatic of the troubles that beset the journal, one of the most major of which was that none of the Niggerati had time to work on it.
This was symptomatic of Fertig's most pressing need — experienced leaders.

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