- •Discordant symptom burden and severity grading (DSG) refers to a state where patients with similar observed disease states do perceive similar symptom burdens as their physicians.
- •Factors and behaviors which drive positive and negative discordance are distinct.
- •Recognizing the presence of DSG, understanding its causes, and bridging the gap can help improve shared decision making and patient-centered care.
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