prodromal

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adjective pro·dro·mal \(ˌ)prō-ˈdrō-məl\

Definition of prodromal

  1. :  precursory; especially :  marked by prodromes

1716

First Known Use of prodromal

1716


Medical Dictionary

prodromal

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adjective pro·dro·mal \(ˈ)prō-ˈdrō-məl\

Medical Definition of prodromal

  1. :  precursory; especially :  of, relating to, or marked by prodromes <the prodromal stages of a disease>

Variants of prodromal

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prodromic

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