The earliest symptoms are slight gastric disorders, loss of appetite and general malaise, followed later by colicky pains, irritation of eyelids and skin eruptions.
Hence the malaise both of mind and body.
(Mem.), pp. 569-635, 1894; C. Malaise, " Etat actuel de nos connaissances sur le silurien de la Belgique," Ann.
Sometimes, before the symptoms appear, people experience preliminary symptoms, including fever, malaise, sore throat, or headache.
In most cases, the first sign of mumps is a swelling in the parotid glands; occasionally, mumps may begin with a slight fever, headache, and malaise before the swelling appears.
A more severe and less common variety of serum sickness includes several of the following symptoms: malaise, protein in the urine, joint pains, swelling of mucous membranes with hoarseness and cough, vertigo, nausea, and vomiting.
In addition, the general malaise depression brings on makes teens care less about grades and attendance.
Herpetic gingivostomatitis-A severe oral infection that affects children under five years of age; vesicles and ulcerations, edematous throat, enlarged painful cervical lymph nodes occur; chills, fever, malaise, bed breath, and drooling.
Malaise (a general feeling of physical discomfort), loss of appetite, fever, and loss of energy are examples of constitutional symptoms.
Socialist accounts argued that this physical malaise was compounded by the role of clothing in effecting oppressive social stratification; clothes were seen as masking the innate equality of all people.
There is no reason to suggest this malaise is about to disappear.
Art adds to the health of society, sometimes by exposing underlying malaise.
malaise spread to developed markets across the globe.
There just seems to be a general malaise in our side of nearly players.
According to Conservative leader Michael Howard, Margaret DixonÃ¢s canceled operations are a sign of a continuing malaise at the heart of the NHS.
It can by this be an indicator of social ills or spiritual malaise.
Heavy or regular drug use may be a symptom of a deeper malaise.
By region, European sales were flat due to the general economic malaise.
Okay, I'm not gonna drone on during this time of gravity and deep moral malaise.
opponents apparently distracted by their own malaise, they rarely threatened another.
The remaining patients survived without long-term sequelae other than one patient with ongoing malaise.
subside in a few weeks: But, lymphadenopathy and general malaise do persist for several months in some patients.
symptomatic of a more general malaise.
Most of the symptoms subside in a few weeks: But, lymphadenopathy and general malaise do persist for several months in some patients.
They are, however, symptomatic of a more general malaise.
malaise on the high street.
malaise scale rating for all fourteen subjects was calculated for each condition at each time point.
malaise inventory at 30 years was strongly associated with increased risk of CFS/ME.
malaise symptoms and pedestrian road traffic accidents (RTAs ).
malaise in the overseas summer holiday market.
Eclipses come along to shake people out of a malaise, and they are here to get everyone moving.
A single paroxysm of simple ague may come upon the patient in the midst of good health or it may be preceded by some malaise.
confounding factors such as unemployment were eliminated, the relationship between a high malaise score and smoking persisted.
Of more long-term concern must be the general despondency and malaise that is threatening to smother everything at the club.
CAMPING UK Camping Division sales have reflected the general malaise in the overseas summer holiday market.
malaise caused by the lack of Schumann Waves.
Common: Myalgia, muscle weakness, urinary incontinence, somnolence, gait abnormality, malaise, rash, tingling.
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