nonfocal


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nonfocal

(ˌnɒnˈfəʊkəl)
adj
(Medicine) med (of a seizure) not localized
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Nonfocal branching or arborization of the folds should not be seen, though, and in such cases a diagnosis of a low-grade papillary urothelial neoplasm (eg, urothelial papilloma or papillary urothelial neoplasm of low malignant potential [PUNLMP]) should strongly be considered.
cantonensis infection causes a self-limited illness in which headaches, nonfocal neurologic findings, and cranial nerve involvement are the most common signs and symptoms.
The decisive judicial activity was "interpretation" in only a loose, nonfocal use of the term.
One might speculate that the lack of association with underlying coronary artery disease and the nonfocal distribution of myocardial injury in myocarditis are of importance.
The patients with encephalitis of unknown etiology, or suspected autoimmune encephalitis, or suspected paraneoplastic syndrome (PNS) (including patients with LE, nonfocal encephalitis, encephalomyelitis, and cerebellar dysfunction) were enrolled for antibody detection in the program of encephalitis and PNS.
A sleep-deprived EEG with temporal leads obtained on Day 4 of hospitalization demonstrates a diffusely slow and marginally to poorly organized background, believed to indicate global cerebral dysfunction that is most consistent with nonfocal global encephalopathy.
Additional nonfocal symptoms that could suggest abnormal intracranial perfusion may include transient global amnesia, acute confusion, syncope, isolated vertigo, dizziness, weakness, and paresthesias.
It is not, I think, too much to say that such nonfocal parents are honorary parents, somewhat like godparents, step-parents, and foster parents closer to home.
which, however, studied "patients who only presented to the emergency department with non-focal headache" and "the economic impact and utility of MRI in patients with nonfocal headache.
7) Patients can also present with nonfocal neurologic symptoms related to intracranial hypertension.
Exemplars of real life were used as nonfocal items.
Accessory renal arteries mostly, but not always, innocuous: renin-dependent hypertension caused by nonfocal stenotic aberrant renal arteries--Proof of a new syndrome.