sequela


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sequela

[si′kwel·ə]
(medicine)
The abnormal aftereffects or complications of an illness, infection, or injury.
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Reduced udder development is also considered as one of the cause but some people think it as mal-functioned Thyroid Gland (another possible sequela of FMD also considered to be a cause of Hairy Panters Syndrome however addressing to thyroid gland problem shown no effect on the skin or hairs)
Sequela is the second in a series of recent pursuits and work is progressing quickly on a follow-up.
Modified Amiel-Tison neurological examination method revealed normal neurological findings in 102 subjects (87.2%), strabismus in 4 subjects (3.4%) and severe neurological sequela in 11 subjects (9.4%).
Dental mobility was not observed during the first visit because its presence immediately after the trauma would be considered luxation, i.e., it would represent a feature of the trauma and not a sequela resulting from it.
"United argues that the sequela of a symptom can be isolated from the symptom itself, and that the symptom is covered but the sequela is not.
Instructions are included for playing other multiplication games, such as Sequela Rummy, Crazy Sequela, and Solitaire Sequela.
Avaliacao funcional em pacientes com sequela pulmonar d tuberculose.
The most commonly reported sequela is a loss of septal cartilage support, which can result in a nasal deformity.
The adjusted rate ratios showed an increased rate of hospitalization for any sequela of 64%, intragastrointestinal sequelae of 52%, and extragastrointestinal sequelae of 63% for persons with prior enteric infection.