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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Adj.1.nonprogressive - old-fashioned and out of datenonprogressive - old-fashioned and out of date  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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Nonprogressive motility is all the other patterns of motility except progressive movement such as swimming in small circles.
The lesions were nonprogressive, both in size and extent, except for proportional increase with body size.
FMS is a nonprogressive chronic pain disorder that affects 2%-8% of the population (Clauw, 2014).
Moebius syndrome (MS; %157900), also known as Moebius sequence, is a nonprogressive disease characterized by congenital facial and abducens nerve paralysis and is included in the group of congenital cranial dysinnervation disorders (CCDD).
Few articles have been published on dysphagia in children with severe disability and nonprogressive, chronic encephalopathy; most published articles refer to dysphagia in persons with cerebral palsy.
The most common presenting complaint in NP was unilateral nasal obstruction which was progressive in IP and nonprogressive in EP.
Sperm parameters: There was a significant difference in the mean percentage of progressive, nonprogressive immotility, and viability between the two groups.
Subjects with a history of CNS infection, head trauma, brain tumor, cerebrovascular lesion, pseudoattacks, neurodegenerative and psychiatric disease, hippocampal sclerosis, cortical dysplasia and nonprogressive tumors and perinatal hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy were excluded.
A nonprogressive clinical course in HIV-infected individuals expressing human leukocyte antigen B57/5801 is associated with preserved CD8+ T lymphocyte responsiveness to the HW9 epitope in Nef.
They argue that critics ignore the pathologic features that can differentiate a progressive cancer from a nonprogressive cancer, which is critical to screening, and many of the detected cancers are at a stage in which there is sufficient lead time for a cure.
People with USH2, however, experience congenital, nonprogressive, moderate-to-severe hearing loss.
12) Although PPFE affects younger, nonsmoking individuals and is associated with a poor clinical outcome generally, apical caps have a predilection for older individuals around age 65 years who are smokers, and the disease is often nonprogressive, without causing symptoms in the patients.

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