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Clinical presentation = A patient "presents" to a doctor with symptoms - this is a clinical presentation.
I don't know if you already have an answer, Dominik.
Clinical picture refers to the whole phenotype and could be similar to disease expression (in a particular patient). Disease presentation usually means how the disease starts or how it flares (in a particular stage of the illness).
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