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iatrogenic

[ī‚a·trə′jen·ik]
(medicine)
Pertaining to an abnormal state or condition produced by a physician in a patient by inadvertent or incorrect treatment.
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An iatrogenically displaced tooth during extraction is one of seldom anticipated complication of oral surgery.
Though reducing or stopping the corticosteroid medication is the basis of eliminating iatrogenically induced psychiatric, caution is required when it comes to reducing suddenly the dosages of these drugs, mostly in case of patients given maximum dosages a la longue.
In this account, patients' emotions are expected to be organized in either of two ways: individuals who have acquired hepatitis C iatrogenically are expected to feel angry, whereas those who have acquired the virus through injecting drug use are expected to feel guilty.
3) Since we find similar lesions in both pregnancy and iatrogenically damaged endometrium, it can be suggested that oxidative damage and thermal ablation have similar effects on spiral arteries.
In our patient air entered the cyst iatrogenically resulting in the Cumbo sign.
If stabilization with pedicle screws is performed, the surgeon should be aware that theoretically the disease may be iatrogenically seeded into the vertebral bodies if viable scolices are present at the time when the pedicles are probed before inserting the screws.
It is more likely to be injured iatrogenically, that is from medical or surgical treatment, than from blunt trauma.
For us, in addition to infection by ingesting infected meat (mostly brain, intestine, and ground matter, but generally not muscle meat), and familial forms (inherited), this disease has already been spread iatrogenically (medically).
The two pleural surfaces fuse because a fibrotic reaction is iatrogenically induced between them.
Given that his claims are otherwise unsubstantiated and atypical, it is worth considering the possibility that these phenomena are iatrogenically created.
Depression may be iatrogenically induced with various antiepileptic drugs used to treat the seizure disorder or after surgical treatment of intractable epilepsy," he noted.