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Post test syndrome

Post test syndrome refers to that after the examination, such as the middle school entrance examination and the college entrance examination, some candidates will have excessive tension, anxiety, irritability and other reactions due to poor performance or high expectations. The emergence of "post test syndrome" has become a common phenomenon. In particular, candidates who do not do well in the exam will have stress disorders such as depression, autism, indifference and so on.

Symptoms

Crabbe's disease

Croytzfeldt Jakob disease

Creutzfeldt Jakob disease dementia

Guest disobedience

Syndrome of abnormal antidiuretic hormone secretion

Antibody immunodeficiency disease

Klinefeldt syndrome

Empty sella syndrome

mycobacterium kansasii infection

Anti activated protein C syndrome

Lipidosis

mycobacterium ulcerans infection

Cough asthma

senile dementia

Lewy body dementia

Intercostal neuralgia

Skull base depression

cerebral venous sinus thrombosis

Lupus nephritis

influenza

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