How to use Sequelae in a sentence

sequelae
  • Most people who had acute polio have no obvious, or only minor, sequelae of the disease today.

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  • None of the patients had any sequelae of compartment syndrome at 6-month follow up.

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  • In addition, he suffered psychological sequelae that would have been avoided with prompt re-admission and early control of the post-operative infection.

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  • Neurological sequelae have been reported where secondary deposits impinge upon the spinal cord or CNS.

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  • The RCOG's own website mentions " psychological sequelae " which it says only a minority of women experience.

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  • No adverse sequelae resulted from any of these incidents.

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  • The remaining patients survived without long-term sequelae other than one patient with ongoing malaise.

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  • Nurses completed more than 90% of the forms and the vast majority of incidents recorded had no serious sequelae for patients.

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  • The expectation was that he would have no long term sequelae.

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  • Late sequelae include strictures, chronic radiation enteritis, malabsorption, or gastrointestinal obstruction.

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  • The evidence that antibiotic treatment can help to prevent some of the sequelae of toxoplasmosis infection is unfortunately contradictory.

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  • The RCOG 's own website mentions " psychological sequelae " which it says only a minority of women experience.

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  • Sorof, Jonathan M., et al. "Cardiovascular risk factors and sequelae in hypertensive children identified by referral versus school-based screening."

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  • Outcomes for infants with IUGR differ depending on whether the condition is symmetrical or not and whether there are other sequelae from the underlying cause of the IUGR.

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  • Most patients are embarrassed to admit to hair pulling and the resultant sequelae, and elicitation of this behavior is difficult.

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  • However, a bias may still exist because those persons currently experiencing late sequelae might have a greater tendency to respond to questionnaires.

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  • Despite medical advances, if the babies are born too early, they may survive but will have sequelae that limit the quality of life.

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