In any period, the disease may get worse: 1. Exacerbation: When acme being worse. 2. Recrudescence: When worsens clinical stage, after starting the improvement. 3. Relapse: When is worse in the recovery phase.
4. Relapse: The stage being now in health becomes ill (eg recurrence of malignancy after years without symptoms). 6. Semiology Concept: Study of the signs of the disease. If the signal is subjective perceived by the patient, but not the doctor is called a symptom, eg nausea, blurred vision or pruritus (itching).
If the signal is objective – The measure I can see the doctor is called a sign, for example vomiting, papilledema or scratch injury. The set of symptoms and signs that usually occur together is called a syndrome. For example, the combination of discomfort, feeling cold and elevation of body temperature is called febrile syndrome. 7. Propedeutics Clinic or Semiotics is the ordered set of procedures and methods that we use to get the signs and symptoms and, with them, make the diagnosis, understood as a working hypothesis to be perfect for observation and patient care. a) Meet relevant data from the previous history and symptoms of patient health records through the interrogation (Ananmnesis). b) Identify signs of disease: Physical examination and laboratory investigations. Diagnosis: types. Greek, day: through, by and gignoskein know. Therefore means: Knowing through. The diagnosis in medicine, is identify the disease that an individual from the symptoms and signs, that is, from the clinical history, physical examination and laboratory investigations. What do we need to diagnose? 1.