nonprogressive


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nonprogressive

(ˌnɒnprəˈɡrɛsɪv)
adj
not progressive; old-fashioned
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Adj.1.nonprogressive - old-fashioned and out of datenonprogressive - old-fashioned and out of date  
conservative - resistant to change
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Both histopathologic and radiologic incidentalomas have harmful potential given that most incidentalomas are benign and many that are called malignant are indolent or nonprogressive. The word malignant can be terrifying, and risk of malignancy equally scary.
Recurrent exposure to nonlethal concentrations through a monotonous cassava-based diet leads to long-term effects, including paralytic diseases such as tropical ataxic neuropathy and konzo, a neurologic disease characterized by sudden onset of irreversible, nonprogressive spastic paralysis (2).
Primary dysmenorrhea may also be differentiated from secondary dysmenorrhea by its rapid response to analgesia with nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) as well as the nonprogressive, persistent severity of the pain and continued response to NSAID treatment.
This attempt to understand disturbing trends in 20th century politics led their followers, aggravatingly, to write off virtually every nonprogressive attitude as "fascist" and to treat political differences as signs of mental defects.
This nonprogressive approach is to not only causing us to lag behind in the field of molecular medicine and non-provision of quality care to our patients but also revenue being lost in the field of biotechnology and healthcare sector to neighboring countries14.
Brian Schatz (D-Hawaii), however, noted that the process would not replace "a progressive Californian law with a nonprogressive federal one."
Lyellian uniformitarianism is baked into the form of In Memoriam, she asserts: its more than seven hundred quatrains are a poetic counterpart to Lyell's model of repeated small actions over time that generate great change, while the ongoing dialectic within and across sections from despair to faith and back again exemplifies the steady state of a nonteleological, nonprogressive system.
A balanced type 1/type 2 response is associated with long-term nonprogressive human immunodeficiency virus.
Alkaline phosphatase (ALP) [3] isoenzyme electrophoreses were performed on 3 unrelated patients to evaluate the cause of clinically unexplained, nonprogressive (>6 months), mildly increased ALP [<2X upper reference limit (URL)].
Specifically, convergence occurred up to a current density of 106 mA/[cm.sup.2] for the model with the progressive time-stepping method in comparison to 51 mA/[cm.sup.2] for the nonprogressive method.
It is a group of permanent, but not unchanging, disorders of movement and/or posture and of motor function, which are due to a nonprogressive interference, lesion, or abnormality of the developing/immature brain as defined by Surveillance of Cerebral Palsy in Europe (SCPE) definition.

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