How to use Sequelae in a sentence
Most people who had acute polio have no obvious, or only minor, sequelae of the disease today.
None of the patients had any sequelae of compartment syndrome at 6-month follow up.
In addition, he suffered psychological sequelae that would have been avoided with prompt re-admission and early control of the post-operative infection.
Neurological sequelae have been reported where secondary deposits impinge upon the spinal cord or CNS.
The RCOG's own website mentions " psychological sequelae " which it says only a minority of women experience.Advertisement
No adverse sequelae resulted from any of these incidents.
The remaining patients survived without long-term sequelae other than one patient with ongoing malaise.
Nurses completed more than 90% of the forms and the vast majority of incidents recorded had no serious sequelae for patients.
The expectation was that he would have no long term sequelae.
Late sequelae include strictures, chronic radiation enteritis, malabsorption, or gastrointestinal obstruction.Advertisement
The evidence that antibiotic treatment can help to prevent some of the sequelae of toxoplasmosis infection is unfortunately contradictory.
The RCOG 's own website mentions " psychological sequelae " which it says only a minority of women experience.
Sorof, Jonathan M., et al. "Cardiovascular risk factors and sequelae in hypertensive children identified by referral versus school-based screening."
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.
Most patients are embarrassed to admit to hair pulling and the resultant sequelae, and elicitation of this behavior is difficult.Advertisement
However, a bias may still exist because those persons currently experiencing late sequelae might have a greater tendency to respond to questionnaires.
Despite medical advances, if the babies are born too early, they may survive but will have sequelae that limit the quality of life.