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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.
'Correctable violations would be corrected and uncorrectable violations committed by private hospitals would be demolished,' Amna said.
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After the masses, there are the critics, opponents and adversaries of utopia, who are divided into three main categories: correctable Navabet, uncorrectable Navabet and Bahimiyun (manlike beasts).
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.
obligation, which seems uncorrectable. Furthermore, FmHA apparently
The contraindications for RFA include an uncorrectable coagulopathy, infection/sepsis, poor life expectancy and extensive metastatic disease (3,6).
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