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nom

 (nŏm) Slang
interj. or nom nom nom
Used to express unrestrained pleasure in the food one is eating.
n.
A pleasurable experience of eating. Often used in the plural: stopped in at the cafe for some noms.

[Imitative.]

nom.

nominative.
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Nonoperative management includes gentle range-of-motion exercises for the prevention of contractures of the elbow and shoulder.
7] presented a model that looks specifically at long-term outcomes and QOL after SSRF in patients treated in North American trauma centers, and this Markov decision model was designed to compare the cost-effectiveness of nonoperative management versus SSRF of a flail chest.
Compared with the nonoperative management group, the core decompression (CD) group had a notable effect on the natural history and clinical progression in the early stages of ONFH.
Nonoperative management of blunt abdominal solid organ injuries has become the standard of care (2,3).
Patient outcomes in the operative and nonoperative management of high-grade spondylolisthesis in children.
Our study is to know the efficacy of nonoperative management.
The decision for operative or nonoperative management depended on the outcome of the clinical examination and results of diagnostic tests.
Anatomic repair is now the gold standard and offers superior results over nonoperative management.
However, in the paediatric population, nonoperative management is the standard of care for haemodynamically stable children with BAT.
Each procedure includes information on definitions, anatomy, pathogenesis, natural history, patient history and physical findings, imaging and other diagnostic studies, differential diagnosis, nonoperative management, surgical techniques, pearls and pitfalls, postoperative care, outcomes, and complications.