English-Norwegian translation of syndrome

Translation of the word syndrome from english to norwegian, with synonyms, antonyms, verb conjugation, pronunciation, anagrams, examples of use.

syndrome in Norwegian

syndrome
conditionnoun syndrom [n]
  medicinenoun syndrom [n]
Synonyms for syndrome
Derived terms of syndrome
Down's syndrome, person affected with Down's syndrome, sudden infant death syndrome, Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, acute organic brain syndrome, adams-stokes syndrome, addison's syndrome, adult respiratory distress syndrome, banti's syndrome, binge-eating syndrome, binge-purge syndrome, binge-vomit syndrome, carpal tunnel syndrome, cervical disc syndrome, cervical root syndrome, chinese restaurant syndrome, conn's syndrome, cushing's syndrome, down syndrome, eaton-lambert syndrome, ekbom syndrome, fallot's syndrome, fetal alcohol syndrome, gilles de la tourette syndrome, guillain-barre syndrome, gulf war syndrome, horner's syndrome, hurler's syndrome, hyperkinetic syndrome, irritable bowel syndrome, kallman's syndrome, klinefelter's syndrome, klinefelter syndrome, korsakoff's syndrome, korsakov's syndrome, lambert-eaton syndrome, malabsorption syndrome, marfan's syndrome, mucocutaneous lymph node syndrome
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Definitions of syndrome
noun
1. syndrome - a pattern of symptoms indicative of some disease
  symptom anything that accompanies X and is regarded as an indication of X's existence
  disease an impairment of health or a condition of abnormal functioning
  autism (psychiatry) an abnormal absorption with the self; marked by communication disorders and short attention span and inability to treat others as people
  add, adhd, attention deficit disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, hyperkinetic syndrome, mbd, minimal brain damage, minimal brain dysfunction a condition (mostly in boys) characterized by behavioral and learning disorders
  horner's syndrome a pattern of symptoms occurring as a result of damage to nerves in the cervical region of the spine (drooping eyelids and constricted pupils and absence of facial sweating)
  cervical disc syndrome, cervical root syndrome an abnormal condition resulting from compression of spinal nerve roots in the neck region; involves neck pains and muscular weakness and paresthesia
  chinese restaurant syndrome headache and tingling or burning feelings and sweating caused by eating food that contains monosodium glutamate
  conn's syndrome disturbances in saltwater balance and symptoms of weakness and muscular cramps and twitching and convulsions and sometimes paralysis; usually caused by a benign tumor of the cortex of the adrenal gland that leads to excess secretion of aldosterone
  fas, fetal alcohol syndrome a congenital medical condition in which body deformation occurs or facial development or mental ability is impaired because the mother drinks alcohol during pregnancy
  gulf war syndrome, persian gulf illness a medical condition of uncertain origin that affected many veterans of the 1991 Gulf War; characterized by fatigue and headache and dizziness and nausea and rashes and joint pain and respiratory disorders
  klinefelter's syndrome, klinefelter syndrome, xxy-syndrome syndrome in males that is characterized by small testes and long legs and enlarged breasts and reduced sperm production and mental retardation; a genetic defect in which an extra X chromosome (XXY) is present in the male
  malabsorption syndrome a pattern of symptoms including loss of appetite and bloating and weight loss and muscle pain and steatorrhea; associated with celiac disease and sprue and cystic fibrosis
  munchausen's syndrome, munchausen syndrome syndrome consisting of feigning acute and dramatic illness for which no clinical evidence is ever found
  nephrotic syndrome, nephrosis a syndrome characterized by edema and large amounts of protein in the urine and usually increased blood cholesterol; usually associated with glomerulonephritis or with a complication of various systemic diseases
  noonan's syndrome syndrome seen only in males; marked by short stature and lowset ears and subnormal fertility
  phantom limb syndrome syndrome consisting of discomfort or pain in a limb that has been amputated
  pms, premenstrual syndrome a syndrome that occurs in many women from 2 to 14 days before the onset of menstruation
  radiation sickness, radiation syndrome, radiation syndrome resulting from exposure to ionizing radiation (e.g., exposure to radioactive chemicals or to nuclear explosions); low doses cause diarrhea and nausea and vomiting and sometimes loss of hair; greater exposure can cause sterility and cataracts and some forms of cancer and other diseases; severe exposure can cause death within hours; "he was suffering from radiation"
  ramsay hunt syndrome syndrome resulting from infection by the herpes varicella zoster virus; characterized by vertigo and pain in the ears and facial nerve paralysis and sometimes hearing loss
  reiter's disease, reiter's syndrome an inflammatory syndrome (etiology unknown) predominantly in males; characterized by arthritis and conjunctivitis and urethritis
  ekbom syndrome, restless legs, restless legs syndrome feeling of uneasiness and restlessness in the legs after going to bed (sometimes causing insomnia); may be relieved temporarily by walking or moving the legs
  reye's syndrome acquired encephalopathy following acute viral infections (especially influenza or chicken pox) in young children; characterized by fever, vomiting, disorientation, coma, and fatty infiltration of the liver
  scalenus syndrome discomfort and vascular symptoms and loss of sensation in a shoulder and arm; caused by a scalene muscle compressing the subclavian artery and part of the brachial plexus
  apyretic tetanus, intermittent cramp, intermittent tetanus, tetanilla, tetany clinical neurological syndrome characterized by muscular twitching and cramps and (when severe) seizures; associated with calcium deficiency (hypoparathyroidism) or vitamin D deficiency or alkalosis
  thoracic outlet syndrome tingling sensations in the fingers; caused by compression on a nerve supplying the arm
  tietze's syndrome syndrome characterized by swelling of rib cartilage (causing pain)
  gilles de la tourette syndrome, tourette's syndrome neurological disorder characterized by facial grimaces and tics and movements of the upper body and grunts and shouts and coprolalia
  fallot's syndrome, fallot's tetralogy, tetralogy of fallot a congenital heart defect producing cyanosis; characterized by four symptoms: pulmonary stenosis and ventricular septal defect and malposition of the aorta over both ventricles and hypertrophy of the right ventricle
  toxic shock, toxic shock syndrome, tss syndrome resulting from a serious acute (sometimes fatal) infection associated with the presence of staphylococcus; characterized by fever and diarrhea and nausea and diffuse erythema and shock; occurs especially in menstruating women using highly absorbent tampons
  waterhouse-friderichsen syndrome syndrome associated with bacterial meningitis; marked by sudden high fever and skin discoloration and petechiae with hemorrhage into the adrenal glands and cardiovascular collapse
  williams syndrome a rare congenital disorder associated with deletion of genetic material in chromosome 7; characterized by mental deficiency and some growth deficiency and elfin faces but an overly social personality and a remarkable gift for vocabulary
  zollinger-ellison syndrome syndrome consisting of intractable peptic ulceration with gastric hypersecretion and hyperacidity
2. syndrome - a complex of concurrent things; "every word has a syndrome of meanings"
  composite, complex considered the most highly evolved dicotyledonous plants, characterized by florets arranged in dense heads that resemble single flowers
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Wiki
A syndrome is the association of several clinically recognizable features, signs (observed by a physician), symptoms (reported by the patient), phenomena or characteristics that often occur together, so that the presence of one feature alerts the physician to the presence of the others. In recent decades, the term has been used outside medicine to refer to a combination of phenomena seen in association. The term syndrome derives from its Greek roots (?????????) and means literally ""run together"", as the features do.

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