1. any abnormality following or resulting from a disease or injury or treatment
    paralysis is one of the sequelae of poliomyelitis
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  • Simard and colleagues suggested that therapies targeting Sur1 expression, combined with glibenclamide (to block preexisting ion channels), appear to be "a promising strategy for prevention of the devastating sequelae of spinal cord trauma in humans. Social Security Reports, News and Informaion
  • Sequela: The pillow towel is the easiest actually stick on skin excretive is sweat fluid, oily be soiled, because it wants everyday, contact at least 8 hours intimately with your skin.
  • Still, it's important to remember that, whatever readout these CO-oximeters show, the level of carboxyhemoglobin does not always correlate with severity of symptoms or neuropsychiatric sequelae. Archive 2005-03-01
  • The patient was treated with topical clobetasol cream and antipruritic agents, and the eruption resolved without sequelae within approximately 7 days after onset.
  • Painful sensations are a frequent and troublesome sequelae of paraplegia and quadriplegia following spinal cord injury.
  • paralysis is one of the sequelae of poliomyelitis
  • For the serodiagnosis of group A streptococcal infections and their late sequelae, a battery of tests have been suggested.
  • It has been more than 100 years since Osler described the development of tetraplegia in a patient with sepsis, yet research on the neuromuscular sequelae of critical illness remains in the early stages.
  • Studies of cardiovascular sequelae have produced conflicting evidence.
  • Finally, we are going to be hearing a good deal more about vaccines, seizure disorders, and autism as a "residual sequela" of the injury. David Kirby: Why The Vaccine-Autism Issue Won't Go Away
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