nontreatment

nontreatment

(ˌnɒnˈtriːtmənt)
n
(Medicine) the absence of treatment
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Further, partial clearing may be cosmetically inferior than nontreatment.
Students suggested potential topics including deaths in custody, exposure to disease, nontreatment of illness/injury, rape/sexual violence, use of dogs, delousing, injuring without leaving marks, and fire hose washdowns.
Kramer also does not indicate that among all ages, when all trials of antidepressants are analyzed together, they show increased rates of death (mainly from suicide) compared with nontreatment.
This analysis found a higher chance of nontreatment with HIV regardless of several other nontreatment risk factors, including age, sex, race, insurance status, noncancer illnesses, year of cancer diagnosis, and cancer stage.
However, if no one with such experience is available or accessible in the region, it is reasonable for a primary care physician to make the diagnosis and consider initiating hormone therapy without a mental health referral, (12) as the expected benefits outweigh the risks of nontreatment.
5] Their awareness of anxiety disorders and mental health of adolescents still needs a lot of improvement both for patients' well-being and for the cost resulting from nontreatment.
For example, during an acute course of ECT, he said he advises patients not to drive, even on nontreatment days.
The influence of Hegel's treatment, or nontreatment, of the resurrection is nicely traced.
Rates of nontreatment for diabetes, dyslipidemia, and hypertension were 30%, 60%, and 88% respectively, according to Nasrallah et al.
Aitchison classifies those who opt for the nontreatment of compositional variables as "wishful thinkers.
In addition, the research team analyzed data for nontreatment sites: stretches of rural two-lane highway that had geometries and traffic volumes similar to the treatment sites but had no rumble strips of any kind during the entire analysis period.