Definition of Prodromes

1. Noun. (plural of prodrome) ¹



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Definition of Prodromes

1. prodrome [n] - See also: prodrome

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prodromes

prodine
prodition
proditions
proditor
proditorious
proditoriously
proditors
proditory
prodnose
prodnosed
prodnoses
prodroma
prodromal
prodromata
prodrome
prodromes (current term)
prodromi
prodromic
prodromoi
prodromos
prodromous
prodromus
prodrop
prodrug
prodrugs
prods
produc't
produce
produced
producement

Literary usage of Prodromes

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1. Lectures on the Diseases of the Nervous System: Delivered at La Salpêtrière by Jean Martin Charcot (1881)
"Cases. This arthropathy is developed at a but slightly advanced period of the spinal disease. prodromes. Phases of ataxic arthropathy. Joints attacked. ..."

2. Twentieth Century Practice: An International Encyclopedia of Modern Medical by Thomas Lathrop Stedman (1899)
"... prodromes. In the majority of cases there are certain prodromal symptoms more or less pronounced, but exceedingly variable in their character and order ..."

3. Lectures on clinical medicine, delivered in the Hospital Saint-Jacques, of by Pierre Jousset, Reuben Ludlam (1886)
"Lésions de l'estomac. — Explication des symptômes et des lésions gastriques. — Circonstances étiologiques. — Cautérisation. — prodromes précoces. ..."

4. Diseases of the Nervous System by Archibald Church, Julius Lincoln Salinger (1910)
"We must further distinguish: prodromes, which may precede the attack for a longer or shorter time—hours or days; then Binswanger's " remote prodromes " and ..."

5. Prodromus towards a philosophical inquiry into the intellectual powers of by Edward Binns (1844)
"prodromes, . First—To investigate some of the causes which have hitherto prevented the Africans from distinguishing themselves in the ranks of literary men, ..."

6. Diseases of Occupation and Vocational Hygiene by George Martin Kober, William Clinton Hanson (1916)
"In some cases of "gassing" the victims succumb as rapidly as if struck by lightning, with no apprehension of its presence and with no prodromes. ..."

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