Effects of disease that can be observed and/or measured. For example, very high PSA values may be a sign of prostate cancer. See Symptoms.
Effects of disease that can be observed and/or measured. An elevated PSA level may be a sign of prostate cancer. See Symptoms.
Those characteristics that a physician can objectively detect or measure. If the physician touches the patient's skin and notes that it is warm and moist, this is a sign. (See symptoms.)
As opposed to a symptom, a sign is something that your doctor can observe. For example, a rash is a sign.
A no/yes field to indicate if signs are on the property.
indication of a disorder/disease, as observed by the physician; see symptoms
In psychopathology, what the diagnostician observes about a patient's physical or mental condition (e.g., tremor, inattentiveness). See also symptoms, syndrome.
abnormalities indicative of disease identified by health care provider on examination of the patient.
Changes due to a disease that a person can observe and measure.