Susception

Related to Susception: perseverance, suspicion

Sus`cep´tion


n.1.The act of taking; reception.
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Also, the literature submits the hypothesis that ortorhexia nervosa installs easily on a patient with a susception to an obsessive-compulsive disorder, a tendency to perfectionism, rigor, rigidity and intolerance (4, 5).
Amongst the 45 suggestive cases of Intus- susception upon sonongraphy were later on proved on surgery as , one was Burkett's Lym-
Those with negative sonographic findings were kept un- der observation, with repeat sonography carried out on the next day showing no evidence of intus- susceptions, were discharged with conservative treatment.