The changes have been divided into suggestive, pathognomonic.
The most pathognomonic symptom, however, related to his pulse.
This symptom must not, however, be considered as pathognomonic, since it is observed when calculi are not present.
The manner of the progression is pathognomonic of the complaint.
They are not pathognomonic of any one malady, although often referred to the gouty diathesis.
There is yet another sign which appears to be pathognomonic.
It seems as though there were, as a pathognomonic sign of the morbid process, a lack of energy and loss of the normal lan vital.
Wide departures from relatively normal figures are important, but are not diagnostic or, rather, pathognomonic.
To obtain the benefit of this pathognomonic sign requires deliberate, careful, and gentle manipulation.
Oedema is a characteristic and pathognomonic symptom of trichinosis, and is seldom so slight as to escape attention.
pathognomonic pa·thog·no·mon·ic (pə-thŏg'nə-mŏn'ĭk, pāth'əg-nō-)
Characteristic or symptomatic of a particular disease or condition.