|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|syndrome x cardiac||0.04||0.3||4592||79|
|syndrome de cassandre||1.6||0.5||6851||3|
|syndrome when everyone's super||0.59||0.6||402||45|
|syndromes named after people||0.55||0.9||2325||9|
|syndrome de cornelia de lange||0.55||0.2||6225||47|
|syndrome where you think you are sick||1.23||0.7||7034||39|
|syndrome where parent makes child sick||1.42||0.9||4530||4|
|syndrome de cornelia||1.11||0.8||9383||61|
|syndrome vs disease||1.19||1||8953||42|
|syndrome voice actor||1.12||0.4||8465||20|
In biology, "syndrome" is used in a more general sense to describe characteristic sets of features in various contexts. Examples include behavioral syndromes, as well as pollination syndromes and seed dispersal syndromes.What is the difference between syndrome and disorder?
Difference Between Syndrome and Disease Syndrome is a set of symptoms occurring altogether, but the disease is an abnormality in normal functioning of the body. Syndrome does not have a specified cause, but a disease does. A Syndrome may indicate a disease or even a combination of diseases. Two or more different diseases may cause the same syndrome. More items...What is the difference between disease and syndrome?
A syndrome refers to a group of symptoms, while a disease refers to an established condition. A disease a condition that is marked by 3 basic factors. A syndrome does not have any of these features. Even the symptoms that are present are usually not consistent, and definitely not traceable to a single cause.What is the definition of syndrome?
Definition of syndrome 1 : a group of signs and symptoms that occur together and characterize a particular abnormality or condition 2 : a set of concurrent things (such as emotions or actions) that usually form an identifiable pattern