(n.) The science of the signs or symptoms of disease; symptomatology.
(n.) The art of using signs in signaling.
() Alt. of Semiological
(1) The additional value of these methods, especially of the intensive monitoring, lies also in the possibility of compiling new knowledge about semiology and electro-clinical correlation of epileptic seizures, possible trigger mechanisms and long-term therapeutic effects.
(2) After a review of the semiology and organization of normal sleep, the neuronal structures presently accepted as participating in sleep mechanisms are discussed.
(3) Hours later, he presented clinical brain stem semiology.
(4) From a semiological point of view, they may be: (i) isolated, (ii) associated with neurological symptoms (ophtalmoplegia, hemiplegia, hemianesthesia...).
(5) In spite of the diversity of the clinical manifestations of the peripheral neuropathy, the semiologically different types of essential tremor and the electrophysiological data, it is concluded that patients who develop a peripheral neuropathy on a familial basis and who exhibit clinical features of similar character, suffer from a common type of pathological disorder.
(6) The causes and semiological formulae of these syndromes are varied, but they are all characterized by anterograde amnesia combined with a retrograde amnesic disorder and by elective damage of episodic and declarative memories, the semantic and procedural memories, as well as intelligence, being usually spared.
(7) The lymphangitic carcinomatosis semiology is best demonstrated with HR-CT-Technic.
(8) If the term psychopathology could be considered identical to psychiatric semiology, the words signs and symptoms go above the descriptive stade: the greek name sumptôma contains sun (with) and piptein (appear), while the word sign is an intellectual deduction of observed symptoms.
(9) The authors describe the ultrasonographic anatomy and semiology of allowing detection of the main types of fetal non-obstructive uropathies.
(10) Results of nuclear magnetic resonance exploration in a patient with chronic thrombosis of main pulmonary arteries are used to outline an elementary semiology in agreement with current documented data.
(11) MRI signal was analyzed in correlation with surgical findings in order to define the semiology of nasal and sinuses polyps.
(12) The semiological findings were similar in all 3 cases, and were distinguished by the association of signs eveking lesions of the largest myelinated nerves fibers to the posterior rami with lesions in the muscles.
(13) This paper handles with semiological and physiopathological aspects in relation with conversion and anosognosia symptoms.
(14) A survey was conducted to determine the frequency and semiological characteristics of degenerative spinal disease in patients attending a hospital rheumatology outpatient clinic in Lomé, Togo.
(15) The correlation between the focus based on semiology and that based on intracranial electrographic recording and surgical excision was excellent in five, good in three.
(16) The authors stress the enormous gap between the richness of foetal semiology and the poverty of the clinical deductions at the beginning and at the end of pregnancy.
(17) A thymectomy resulted in prompt and complete remission of semiologies of both myasthenia gravis and AASN.
(18) The method proposes various qualifications for chronologic and semiologic criteria but does not define them.
(19) Using the results of evaluations of very young children, a specific semiology (communication disorders) can be developed.
(20) After describing the normal images and the semiology of the major diseases for which this technique can be used, the author reviews the appearance of the main regional osteoarticular lesions (shoulder, hip, knee, extremities, etc.
(n.) Same as Semeiotics.
(1) It examines from a semiotic perspective the double transformations of spirit and host which in the beliefs and practices of the People of the Air constitute "therapy."
(2) Biology thus is, in itself and in all its aspects, natural semiotics with a pronounced proximity to deterministic chaos.
(3) The endoscopic anatomy of the subdural space structure and endoscopic semiotics of intracranial lesions are presented.
(4) I want the whole run as raw material for my up-coming PhD on the semiotics of 20th-century Britishness at the University of Uppsala.
(5) A semiotic conceptualization of pain in the chronic pain syndrome is proposed.
(6) Special attention is paid to psychopathology as well as to psychodynamic and semiotic aspects of the delusional illness.
(7) A phonocardiographic semiotics of the complications is presented.
(8) The present empirical study of the semiotic aspects of suitability for psychotherapy grew out of this early experience.
(9) The results of this and previous studies are interpreted within a semiotic theory of communication.
(10) This paper reports phenomenological and semiotic research on therapeutic rituals in a Muslim shrine, concentrating on three cases studies.
(11) Bodily expressions were analyzed according the semiotic theory of Charles Sanders Peirce.
(12) Normal tomoechoencephalogramme and ultrasonic semiotics of transverse sections of the brain in different pathology is described with reference to its nature and interrelationships with the meninges and brain matter (tumours, abscesses, emningeal and intracerebral haematomas, hydroma, brain confusion, intracranial foreign bodies).
(13) In the neurological examination of the child, there is a growing significance of subclinical semiotics and graphomotor expression.
(14) The goal of the present paper is to give a classification of psychosomatic theories on symbolic body functioning by applying two modern semiotic theories (Peirce, de Saussure).
(15) In the article is presented the echographic semiotics of the forearm interosseous membrane, based on the results of 10 forearm examinations.
(16) Semiotic structures have the form of saying something about something to someone and involve speech act, reference, pragmatics, and interpretation.
(17) The semiotics of curry allows for market segmentation and a premium pricing strategy.
(18) A comparison of image quality assured by electroroentgeno- and roentgenography did not establish any significant difference in soft tissue tumor semiotics.
(19) Echographic semiotics of radiation cystitis was studied in detail versus cystoscopy data.
(20) This article shows that since scientific explanation employs a language of its own, its syntactic, semantic, and pragmatic dimensions must therefore be analysed with the help of semiotics.