Directory of Symptoms

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z #
SOB Diseases PMH !
SOB Onset !
SOB alleviating !
SOB associated sx!
SOB confirmation !
SOB exacerbating!
Scabies Burrow or Tunneling
This refers to the 'burrows' or tunnels that the scabies mite makes under the skin.
Shoulder bruise
This means bruising or discoloration in the shoulder
Shoulder injury
This means trauma or injury to the shoulder like from a fall, car accident, an assault or a sport-related injury.
Shoulder worsening exercises
These are exercises that increase the risk of shoulder injuries.
Sialolith picture
This is a picture of what a salivary stone under the tongue looks like.
Sick contact, AGE (acute gastroenteritis)
This means being around someone who had "stomach flu" symptoms in the last 10 days.
Sick contact, URI (upper respiratory infection)
This means being around someone who had a cold or flu within the last 10 days.
Singed facial hair
Facial hair like eyebrows, facial hair or nasal hair that is burnt due to falsh fire.
Smile test (Cincinnati Stroke 1)
The "smile test" is s part of the Cincinnati Stroke Score used to screen for stroke. Ask the patient to "Show me your teeth." The "smile test" is used to check for one-sided facial weakness -- a classic sign of stroke.
Smoking history (detailed)
Somnolence
Is a state of near-sleep, a strong desire for sleep, or sleeping for unusually long periods.
Speech Test (Cincinnati Stroke 3)
The "speech test" is part of the Cincinnati Stroke Score and is used to screen for stroke. Tell the patient to repeat the phrase, "You can't teach an old dog new tricks." Stroke patients will slur their words, be unable to find the words, or the speech will be garbled.
Speed's Test
A special maneuver or test to check for bicipital tendonitis.
Straight leg raise
This is a test to check if one has a pinched nerve in the back. By raising the leg one puts more pressure on the nerve and worsens the pain causing it to shoot down past the knee.