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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Adj.1.nonprogressive - old-fashioned and out of datenonprogressive - old-fashioned and out of date  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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In clinical trials, treatment with Exubera was associated with small, nonprogressive declines in lung function relative to comparator treatments.
This response was maintained, however, in individuals with long-term nonprogressive disease, and appeared to be dependent on interluken-2 (IL-2) secretion by CD4+ T helper cells.
The nonprogressive character of the debate between the proponents of inclusive fitness and the proponents of group selection can be attributed in good part to the false alternatives offered in the formula repeated by Wilson and Wilson.
However, the MRI and CT findings of the patient at the second year follow-up revealed a nonprogressive intraligamentous calcification; hence, heterotopic ossification was ruled out.
The often mentioned firing squad incidents occur, but never with the anticipated result and even the reason for his going to war becomes muted through the oxymoronic inertia of nonprogressive activity.
Kadanka et al (33) completed a prospective investigation comparing surgical to conservative management for mild to moderate nonprogressive CSM.
The thought was that osteoarthritis progressed to affect all compartments, while isolated trochlear dysplasia is a nonprogressive disorder.
Incidence of consecutive elevations of creatinine with EDARBYCLOR (>50% from baseline and >ULN) was 2% and were typically transient, or nonprogressive and reversible, and associated with large blood pressure reductions.
24) Two previously reported patients with CSH complicating primary pulmonary MALT lymphoma followed an indolent, nonprogressive clinical course.
Long-term therapeutic and orthotic effects of a foot drop stimulator on walking performance in progressive and nonprogressive neurological disorders.
14) A common problem with cancer screening is that it cannot distinguish between three categories of cancer: (1) nonprogressive or very slow-growing cancers for which treatment is unnecessary and even harmful; (2) cancers that are so aggressive that treatment is pointless; and (3) cancers for which treatment will make a difference.
1,2) Whether HIV elite controllers are 'ultra-slow progressors' or totally nonprogressive remains to be determined.

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