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Origin of prodrome
OTHER WORDS FROM prodromeprod·ro·mal [proh-droh-muhl], /proʊˈdroʊ məl/, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for prodrome
Sometimes the stupor is preceded by convulsions, at other times by a prodromal stage of general nervousness.
In cases where there had been no prodromal symptoms pointing definitely to dementia prcox the outcome was almost always good.Benign Stupors|August Hoch
The general symptoms, with the exception of the fever, do not greatly differ from those common to the prodromal stage.
One man may steal under the influence of the prodromal stage of paresis who has been previously of high moral character.
At the end of the prodromal stage there most usually occurs an attack of acute mania of a furious impulsive kind.