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sequela

[si′kwel·ə]
(medicine)
The abnormal aftereffects or complications of an illness, infection, or injury.
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We compared the incidence of sequelae circa 2010 to that of sequelae circa 2000 by applying the same sequelae multipliers to estimates of the incidence of acute gastroenteritis to specific pathogens in 2006-2010 and 1996-2000, respectively.
Incidence and outcome of neurological sequelae in survivors of cerebral malaria.
Severe bronchopulmonary dysplasia increases risk for later neurological and motor sequelae in preterm survivors.
Patients with other pulmonary diseases were excluded from the group with tuberculosis sequelae.
Clinical analysis of patients with sequelae of pulmonary tuberculosis undergoing home oxygen therapy.
Despite the basic math and the documented sequelae of late-diagnosed and late-treated Lyme disease, the new IDSA Guidelines state (without offering evidence or any supporting citations) that most Lyme patients are diagnosed early.
That is, the separate sections lend the text a useful structure for study and future reference on a particular type of maltreatment and its sequelae.
In this issue of the Journal, Blaivas (2) reports a case of CNS TB with two sequelae despite appropriate anti-TB therapy.
Sequelae from ROS production can include lipid peroxidation of cell membranes, oxidative modification of proteins, oxidation of DNA, and alterations in calcium homeostasis of the cell.
This increased risk for major organ malformations associated with first trimester exposure to these compounds raises concerns about the possible risk of longer term neurobehavioral sequelae associated with prenatal exposure.