Adults – 12+ yr.
Pediatrics: 0-12 yr.
|c_1242||Bloating after certain types of food||Adults Pediatrics|
|c_1241||Frequent sneezing of newborn||Pediatrics|
|c_1234||Gastrointestinal complaints after iron intake||Adults Pediatrics|
|c_1243||Hypnic jerks||Adults Pediatrics|
|c_1236||Meteorosensitivity and meteoropathy||Adults|
|c_880||Pelvic organ prolapse||Adults|
|c_748||Restless legs syndrome||Adults|
|c_1232||Sleep related leg cramps||Adults Pediatrics|
|c_1235||Transient watery stools of breastfed||Pediatrics|
Hint: If the symptoms are severe or do not improve after 3 weeks, please consult a family doctor or an otolaryngologist. If the symptoms are severe, or if they do not improve after 3 weeks, please consult a family doctor or an otolaryngologist.
Hint: The symptoms may be caused by COVID-19. Please follow these steps: 1. Isolate yourself from non-infected people at home. 2. Contact a primary care provider to schedule a test as soon as possible. 3. If you have trouble breathing or you develop a high fever, please go to the emergency room or call an ambulance. The symptoms may be caused by COVID-19. Please follow these steps: 1. Isolate yourself from non-infected people at home. 2. Schedule a COVID-19 test as soon as possible. 3. If you have trouble breathing or you develop a high fever, please go to the emergency room or call an ambulance.
Hint: Try drinking juice or something containing sugar. If the blood glucose does increase and the symptoms persist, please seek medical attention as soon as possible! Try drinking juice or something containing sugar. If the blood glucose does not increase and the symptoms persist, please seek medical attention as soon as possible!
|s_2523||Black stool, related to diet or medicine intake||Adults Pediatrics|
|s_2508||Blepharoptosis, acute||Adults Pediatrics|
|s_2511||Blepharoptosis, chronic||Adults Pediatrics|
|s_2521||Brown coloured stool||Adults Pediatrics|
|s_1717||Bulge protruding through vaginal opening||Adults|
|s_699||Edema, dependent on the body position||Pediatrics|
|s_2517||Exaggerated mouthing behaviour||Pediatrics|
|s_1716||Feeling of vaginal fullness||Adults|
|s_2516||Headache, waking up from sleep||Adults Pediatrics|
|s_2507||Hypnagogic hallucinations||Adults Pediatrics|
|s_117||Muscle cramps, calf||Pediatrics|
|s_2506||Muscle cramps, hypnagogic||Adults Pediatrics|
|s_2494||Muscle cramps, nocturnal||Adults Pediatrics|
|s_1463||Restless legs, nocturnal||Adults|
|s_2485||Toothache, associated with touch||Adults Pediatrics|
|s_2518||Transitional stools of newborn||Pediatrics|
|s_2369||Wound drainage||Adults Pediatrics|
|s_2519||Yellow or green coloured stool||Adults Pediatrics|
|s_2373||Decreased head circumference||Adults|
|s_2380||Maternal alcohol consumption during pregnancy||Adults Pediatrics|
Black coloured stool
Name: Black stools Black coloured stool
Name common: Black stool
Question: Do your eyelids droop, making it difficult to keep your eyes open? Do your eyelids droop, making it difficult for you to keep your eyes open?
Dermatological changes, lower extremities excluding feet
Name common: Skin changes on legs Dermatological changes on the hip, thigh, knee, calf, or ankle
Dermatological changes, mouth
Question: Are there any lesions or skin changes inside the mouth? Are there any lesions or mucosal changes inside the mouth?
Dermatological changes, upper extremities excluding hands
Name common: Skin changes on arms Dermatological changes on the shoulder, arm, forearm, elbow, or wrist
Gastric symptoms, after lactose ingestion
Question: Do you experience gastric symptoms shortly after you eat or drink dairy products, e.g., milk, ice cream, or cheese? Do you have any gastric symptoms shortly after eating or drinking dairy products, e.g., milk, ice cream, or cheese?
Joint deformation, post-traumatic
Question: Do you have any swollen joints or joint deformities following a recent trauma? Do you have any deformed joints following a recent injury or trauma?
Name common: Mouth sores
Oral lesions, well-demarcated borders
Question: Are the lesions in the mouth well-demarcated or raised? Do the lesions in the mouth have clear and defined borders?
Pale or clay-coloured stool
Name: Pale or clay-coloured stools Pale or clay-coloured stool
Question: Did the tingling or numbness begin in the lower limbs and then spread upwards to the upper limbs? None
Suspicious mole or birthmark
Question: Do you have a suspicious mole or birthmark, e.g., a spot that has changed size or colour, has an irregular border, is larger than 6mm or 0.25 inches, or is a new spot? Do you have a suspicious mole or birthmark, e.g., a spot that has changed size or colour, has an irregular border, is larger than 6 mm or 0.25 inches, or is a new spot?
|p_380||Consumption of foods or drinks that cause bloating||Adults Pediatrics|
|p_370||Diagnosed diabetes mellitus, type 1||Adults Pediatrics|
|p_371||Diagnosed diabetes mellitus, type 2||Adults Pediatrics|
|p_378||Diagnosed diabetes, other type||Adults Pediatrics|
|p_379||Diagnosed diabetes, unknown type||Adults Pediatrics|
|p_357||Improper oral hygiene||Adults Pediatrics|
|p_375||Maternal alcohol consumption during pregnancy||Adults Pediatrics|
|p_377||Oral iron therapy||Adults Pediatrics|
History of urinary tract infections
Question: Have you ever had a urinary tract infection, e.g. infections of the bladder, urethra, kidney, or ureter? Have you ever had a urinary tract infection, e.g., infections of the bladder, urethra, kidney, or ureter?
|lt_319||Left-shifted peripheral blood smear||Pediatrics|
|lt_2||Mean corpuscular volume||Pediatrics|
|lt_481||Positive blood culture result||Pediatrics|
|lt_591||Positive result of rapid influenza diagnostic test||Adults Pediatrics|
|lt_499||Positive result of urine drug screen||Pediatrics|
|lt_144||Urine copper concentration (24-hour sample)||Pediatrics|
|lt_305||Detection of Plasmodium spp. antigen in blood||Adults|
Absolute neutrophil count
Name common: ANC
Antineutrophil cytoplasmic antibody titer
Name common: ANCA
Name common: Fibrinogen level
Serum alanine aminotransferase
Name common: ALT
Serum anti-liver-kidney microsome antibody titer
Name: Anti-Liver-Kidney Microsome antibody titer Serum anti-liver-kidney microsome antibody titer
Serum gamma-globulin concentration
Name common: gammaglobulin
Serum lactate dehydrogenase activity
Name: Serum lactic dehydrogenase activity Serum lactate dehydrogenase activity
Name common: LDH
Sickle cells in peripheral blood smear
Name common: sickled red cells Sickled red cells