sequella


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Noun1.sequella - a secondary consequence
aftermath, consequence - the outcome of an event especially as relative to an individual
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These sequella manifest 10, 20, and 25 years respectively after the initial infection.
Finally, we thank funders and sponsors, especially the Sequella Foundation and the Aeras Foundation, whose support enabled establishment of most of our infrastructure, the NIH, the Gates Foundation, EDCTP, the EU, the Wellcome Trust, the Elizabeth Glaser Paediatric AIDS Foundation, and the FDA.
15) By understanding the negative sequella of ICU-induced bed rest, investigators are attempting to correct these derangements by reducing the dosage and frequency of sedative medication and mobilizing critically ill patients once hemodynamic stability has been achieved.
charges dismissed or may be acquitted, but the sequella of an
A less well-known but not uncommon sequella of undiagnosed diabetes mellitus is hyperosmolar hyperglycemic syndrome (HHS).
The observation of LIP in association with Sjogren syndrome, EBV infection, and HIV infection likely reflects sequella of longstanding chronic antigen stimulation.
Macdonald, Higgins, and Ramchandani (2006) assessed the efficacy of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) with respect to immediate and longer-term sequella of CSA.
National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), "Successful Public-Private Partnership Between NIAID and Sequella Yields Promising New TB Drug for Clinical Testing", Tuesday, September 12, 2006
5) A common sequella to increased CSF pressure is hydrocephalus.
Sequella, in partnership with other companies, received a $25 million commitment from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to help researchers find new treatments for tuberculosis, which kills more than 2 million people each year.
Ulcers most likely resulted in an inability to molt because adhesion of the internal tissues to the old cuticle is a common sequella to ulcerative events.
Regardless of the crashworthiness accident circumstances, a jury will always have to engage in apportionment of complex injury causation mechanisms and sequella to decide if there was any enhanced or exacerbated injuries caused by a defect which manifested itself only after the first crash occurred.