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uncorrectable

(ˌʌnkəˈrɛktəbəl)
adj
not able to be fixed
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Adj.1.uncorrectable - incapable of being controlled or managed; "uncontrollable children"; "an uncorrectable habit"
incorrigible - impervious to correction by punishment
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All abscess cavities smaller than 6 cm in their greatest dimension, prior intervention, ruptured liver abscess, uncertain diagnosis, concomitant biliary tract malignancy, and uncorrectable coagulopathy were excluded.
All the age groups were involved with following exclusion criteria's: preceding liver intervention; ruptured abscess; indeterminate diagnosis; associated biliary tract malignancy; and uncorrectable coagulopathy.
2 patients with prolonged phase I (>9 months) were shifted to dexamethasone-methotrexate pulse therapy and 1 patient with uncorrectable leucopenia was shifted to dexamethasone pulse therapy towards the end of phase II.
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Therefore, prohibiting criticism on inappropriate governmental policies or actions would only make the exposure of the government's shortcomings uncorrectable which would lead to gradual unrest in society.
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