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psychology, 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 or more features alerts
the physician to the possible presence of the others. Specific
syndromes tend to have a range of possible etiologies or diseases
that could create such a set of circumstances. I.e. there is an
important distinction between Parkinson's disease and a
Parkinsonian syndrome, whereby the latter could be caused by the
former, but also by other conditions such as a progressive
supranuclear palsy or multiple system atrophy. In other words, in a
medical setting, a syndrome might narrow down the possible diseases
a patient may possess, just as speaking English might focus a guess
as to the country in which that person originates.
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