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What is the difference between symptom and disease?

Signs are the things that can be seen or measured that indicate a disease, such as a fever or bleeding. Symptoms are sensations that the person with the disease can feel but that cannot be seen by others or measured such as pain or fatigue.

Thereof, what is the difference between a sign and a symptom of disease?

Signs and symptoms are abnormalities that can indicate a potential medical condition. Whereas a symptom is subjective, that is, apparent only to the patient (for example back pain or fatigue), a sign is any objective evidence of a disease that can be observed by others (for example a skin rash or lump).

Additionally, what do you mean by symptoms of a disease?

Medical Definition of Symptom
Symptom: Any subjective evidence of disease. In contrast, a sign is objective. Blood coming out a nostril is a sign; it is apparent to the patient, physician, and others. Anxiety, low back pain, and fatigue are all symptoms; only the patient can perceive them.

Is temperature a sign or symptom?

You have a fever when your temperature rises above its normal range. What's normal for you may be a little higher or lower than the average normal temperature of 98.6 F (37 C). Depending on what's causing your fever, additional fever signs and symptoms may include: Sweating.

Is death a symptom?

Dying has its own biology and symptoms. Some symptoms, like the death rattle, air hunger and terminal agitation, appear agonizing, but aren't usually uncomfortable for the dying person. They are well-treated with medications. With hospice availability increasing worldwide, it is rare to die in pain.
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