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Syndrome
Engraved before 1811 from an original in the then Museum Pio Clemens in Rome (Click for details)
Esculapius (Medicine) between Mercury (Merchants) and the Graces (Medicine, Hygiene and Panacea)
Esculapius dealt with Patients - Merchants make deals with Clients

~ SYNDROME  id+ | CONCURRENCE |         sug> PROTOTYPE
            id+ | PATTERN |             sug> SIGNAL
            id+ | WHAT RUNS TOGETHER |  sug> SYNCHRONOUS
            id+ | NON RANDOM |          sug> UNIFORM
  med> A SYMPTOM SIGN COMPLEX or
       TYPICAL COMBINATION of SYMPTOMS and SIGNS
  MEDICAL SYNDROMES ARE SO NUMEROUS THAT
  SYNDROME DICTIONARIES ARE REQUIRED TO PROVIDE
  LISTINGS OF CHARACTERISTIC SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS
  sc>  RECOGNITION OF SYNDROMES CONTRIBUTES TO A
       BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF
  CAUSE                 see> ETIOLOGY      see> DIAGNOSIS
  FUTURE EVENTS         see> PROGNOSIS     see> FORECAST
  ANTICIPATORY ACTIONS  see> AMELIORATION  see> THERAPY
  PREVENTION            see> PROPHYLAXIS   see> PROPHET
  med> ACHONDROPLASIA and DOWN ARE TWO WELL KNOWN
       EXAMPLES OF SYNDROMES THAT ARE TYPICAL AND ARE
  VISUALLY RECOGNIZED AT BIRTH BY THE PRESENCE OF A
  CHARACTERISTIC CONSTELLATION OF SYMPTOMS AND SIGNS
  main entry see> PROGNOSIS
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