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Symptoms

Collections of Information
Check Your Symptoms:WebMD
The Stanford Health Library link Symptom Checker:Mayo Clinic
The Stanford Health Library link Search by Symptom:American Academy of Family Physicians
The Stanford Health Library link Symptoms Guide:AllRefer Health
The Stanford Health Library link Symptom Search:Healthline
The Stanford Health Library link Symptoms (related to gastrointestinal disorders) Guide:Aetna InteliHealth
The Stanford Health Library link Serious Diseases You Shouldn't Snub:Aetna InteliHealth
The Stanford Health Library link Your Family Guide to Symptoms and How to Treat Them:netLibrary

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Index to Specific Symptoms
The Stanford Health Library link Bad Breath The Stanford Health Library link Hiccups
The Stanford Health Library link Bleeding, Rectal The Stanford Health Library link Hoarseness
The Stanford Health Library link Breathing Difficulty The Stanford Health Library link Indigestion (Dyspepsia)
The Stanford Health Library link Bruises The Stanford Health Library link Itching
The Stanford Health Library link Chest Pain The Stanford Health Library link Mouth, Burning
The Stanford Health Library link Constipation The Stanford Health Library link Mouth, Dry
The Stanford Health Library link Cough The Stanford Health Library link Mouth, Sore or Discolored Tongue
The Stanford Health Library link Cough with Blood The Stanford Health Library link Nausea & Vomiting
The Stanford Health Library link Delirium The Stanford Health Library link Noisy Breathing (Stridor)
The Stanford Health Library link Diarrhea The Stanford Health Library link Numbness & Tingling
The Stanford Health Library link Dizziness The Stanford Health Library link Pain
The Stanford Health Library link Drop Attacks The Stanford Health Library link Paralysis
The Stanford Health Library link Ears, Ringing or Buzzing (Tinnitus)    The Stanford Health Library link Seizures (Convulsions)
The Stanford Health Library link Edema The Stanford Health Library link Swallowing Difficulty
The Stanford Health Library link Eyes, Dry The Stanford Health Library link Thirst, Excessive
The Stanford Health Library link Fainting The Stanford Health Library link Trembling (Tremor)
The Stanford Health Library link Fatigue The Stanford Health Library link Twitching (Muscle Jerking)
The Stanford Health Library link Fever The Stanford Health Library link Twitching (Tics)
The Stanford Health Library link Gas (Belching, Flatulence) The Stanford Health Library link Vaginal Discharge
The Stanford Health Library link Heartbeat, Pounding or Fast (Palpitations)   The Stanford Health Library link Yellow Skin (Jaundice)
The Stanford Health Library link Heartburn The Stanford Health Library link Wheezing

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Chest Pain
The Stanford Health Library link Chest Pain:Mayo Clinic
The Stanford Health Library link Chest Pain:UpToDate Patient Information
The Stanford Health Library link Responding to Chest Pain: A Woman's Guide:Women's Heart Foundation
The Stanford Health Library link Acute Chest Pain: Self-Care Flowchart:American Academy of Family Physicians
The Stanford Health Library link Chronic Chest Pain: Self-Care Flowchart:American Academy of Family Physicians
The Stanford Health Library link Chest Pain, MedlinePlus
The Stanford Health Library link See also Cardiovascular System, Angina
The Stanford Health Library link See also Musculoskeletal System, Costochondritis
The Stanford Health Library link See also Respiratory System, Pleurisy and Pleurodynia

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Drop Attacks
The Stanford Health Library link Drop Attacks:American Hearing Research Foundation
The Stanford Health Library link See also Epilepsy, Atonic Seizures

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Edema
The Stanford Health Library link Edema, Gale Encyclopedia of Medicine
The Stanford Health Library link Edema:Aetna InteliHealth
The Stanford Health Library link Edema:UpToDate Patient Information
The Stanford Health Library link Foot, Leg and Ankle Swelling (Peripheral Edema):MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia
The Stanford Health Library link Pulmonary Edema, see Respiratory System, Lung Diseases
The Stanford Health Library link Edema:MedlinePlus
The Stanford Health Library link See also Coping With Cancer and Its Treatment, Edema

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Excessive Thirst (Polydipsia)
The Stanford Health Library link Thirst - Excessive:MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia
The Stanford Health Library link Polyuria and Polydipsia:Diabetes Insipidus Foundation
The Stanford Health Library link Psychogenic Polydipsia:GP Notebook

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Fatigue
The Stanford Health Library link Fatigue:MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia
The Stanford Health Library link Fatigue, Gale Encyclopedia of Medicine
The Stanford Health Library link Fatigue: When to Rest, When to Worry:Mayo Clinic
The Stanford Health Library link Medical Conditions Associated With Fatigue, Gale Encyclopedia of Medicine
The Stanford Health Library link Fatigue: Where Has Your Get-up-and-go Gone?:Muscular Dystrophy Association
The Stanford Health Library link See also Muscle Diseases, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
The Stanford Health Library link See also Coping With Cancer and Its Treatment, Fatigue

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Fever
The Stanford Health Library link Fever, Mayo Clinic
The Stanford Health Library link Fever, Gale Encyclopedia of Medicine
The Stanford Health Library link Fever of Unknown Origin, Gale Encyclopedia of Medicine
The Stanford Health Library link What You Need to Know About Periodic Fever Syndromes:Cleveland Clinic
The Stanford Health Library link Fever, Self-Help Flowchart:American Academy of Family Physicians
The Stanford Health Library link Fever in Children, see Child and Adolescent Health, Fever
The Stanford Health Library link Fever:MedlinePlus

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