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Ulysses syndrome

Ulysses syndrome

(Science: syndrome) The ill effects of extensive diagnostic investigations conducted because of a false-positive result in the course of routine laboratory screening.

Origin: L. Ulysses, fr. G. Odysseus, myth. Char.


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