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NOM

On drawings, abbr. for “nominal.”
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Nonoperative management is appropriate for the majority of patients.
The technique is the most commonly used surgical procedure for early-stage osteonecrosis and is superior to nonoperative management.
In blunt abdominal trauma, including severe solid organ injuries, selective nonoperative management has become the standard of care.
We would like to conclude that (a) parent counselling and early management of Clubfoot is essential to prevent a much severe, even sometimes a rigid deformity; (b) nonoperative management of neglected clubfoot can be started with serial manipulations and castings irrespective of severity with safety measures; (c) the general condition of the child should always be improved to discontinue the treatment and to proceed with operative management; (d) neglected clubfoot requires operative management in majority of cases.
A clinically significant injury was defined as one that resulted in an intervention other than nonoperative management, such as operative management, additional imaging or a blood transfusion.
The use of DOS and CRP in association with other clinical factors may assist clinicians in making management decisions, specifically regarding operative or nonoperative management.
Morbidity associated with nonoperative management of extraperitoneal bladder injuries.
Hofstetter, "The current status of nonoperative management of adult blunt hepatic injuries," American Journal of Surgery, vol.
Chapters include: Anatomy of the Cervical Spine, Nonoperative Management of Cervical Spine Trauma, and Subaxial Cervical Spine Injuries.
Although conservative and surgical options are available for treating many of these LBP conditions, little evidence documents the efficacy and cost-effectiveness between surgical therapy and nonoperative management [7].
SAN FRANCISCO -- Patients who did not undergo elective surgical resection after successful percutaneous drainage of a diverticular-associated abscess had low rates of recurrent diverticulitis in a retrospective study, a finding that suggests nonoperative management is a reasonable option in such patients, Dr.