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noninfectious

(ˌnɒnɪnˈfɛkʃəs) or

noninfective

adj
(Medicine) med (of a disease) not able to be caught by being near a person who has it
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Adj.1.noninfectious - not infectious
infectious - easily spread; "fear is exceedingly infectious; children catch it from their elders"- Bertrand Russell
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Given the independent association between AKI and BMI (adjusted with infective causes by the ICD code and interactions among different age groups), interplay among AKI, inflammation, and malnutrition that are triggered by noninfective processes should require elucidation in the future studies.
As shown in Table 4, the most common complications were mild noninfective inflammation of the ipsilateral lung reported in all 38 cases (Figure 1(b), Figure 3(b), and Figure 4(b)).
Noninfective colitis: 'K500', 'K501', 'K508', 'K509', 'K510', 'K512', 'K513', 'K514', 'K515', 'K518', 'K519', 'K520', 'K521', 'K522', 'K523', 'K528', 'K529'
This noninfective inflammation in the lung activates various specific or nonspecific signaling pathways.
Regarding the spectrum of cutaneous manifestations of family setup, noninfective skin disease was the major pattern, found in 91 patients.
The value of BALF sTREM-1 in pneumonia was also controversial because of the noninfective influence factors, such as tuberculosis and connective tissue diseases [15].
Lichtlen, "Diagnosis of noninfective cardiac mass lesions by two-dimensional echocardiography.
Massad, "Current issues in the diagnosis and management of blood culture-negative infective and noninfective endocarditis," Annals of Thoracic Surgery, vol.
Intracellular infection becomes initiated with infectious but metabolically inert elementary body (EB) which differentiates within the cell inside of membrane-associated vacuole (referred to as an inclusion body) into metabolically active but noninfective reticulate (RB) body [5].
Furthermore, ARDS is a multifaceted, seriously disorganized disease with diverse etiology and evolution process, so well designed, ARDS subset based (i.e., direct or indirect, infective or noninfective, etc.), while large cohort, prospective clinical studies are needed.
All eligible patients were between the ages of 3 months and 16 years; children were excluded if they presented with noninfective exacerbation of asthma, were at high risk of serious infection, or required a throat swab.
It maybe inflammatory or noninflammatory, neoplastic, foreign bodies, dacryoliths, infective (bacterial, viral and fungal), noninfective (atonic), acute or chronic form.