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Symptomatic

symptomatic
1. Pertaining to or of the nature of a symptom.
2. Indicative (of a particular disease or disorder).
3. Exhibiting the symptoms of a particular disease but having a different cause.
4. Directed at the allying of symptoms, as symptomatic treatment.
Origin: Gr. Symptomatikos


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