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com·pli·cat·ed

(kom'pli-kā'ted),
Made complex; denoting a disease on which a morbid process or event has been superimposed, thus altering symptoms and modifying its course for the worse.
[L. com-plico, pp. -atus, to fold together]

complicated

/com·pli·cat·ed/ (kom´plĭ-kāt″ed) involved; associated with other injuries, lesions, or diseases.

com·pli·cat·ed

(kom'pli-kā'ted)
Made complex; denoting a disease on which a morbid process or event has been superimposed, thus altering symptoms and modifying its course for the worse.
[L. com-plico, pp. -atus, to fold together]

Patient discussion about complicated

Q. What Are the Complications of Obesity? Why is obesity so dangerous? What are the possible complications of being obese?

A. Excessive body weight has been shown to predispose to various diseases, particularly cardiovascular diseases, diabetes mellitus type 2, sleep disturbances (sleep apnea) and osteoarthritis. Obesity is one of the major risk factors for developing a heart attack, as well as hypertension and stroke. It is also a risk factor for breast, colon, prostate cancer and other malignancies. It is known that losing weight helps to reduce the risk of suffering from these diseases.

Q. What Are the Complications of Alcoholism? What is the damage and complications cause by alcoholism?

A. the complications very by each individual,everyone is different,but alcoholism it not only hurts you, but it hurts everyone around you also,your playing with a loaded gun.

Q. What are the complications of osteoarthritis? I have been suffering from osteoarthritis for over a year now. What are the complications of this disease?

A. Osteoarthritis, as other chronic arthritic diseases, has a very debilitating influence, due to the great pain people often suffer from. It sometimes becomes impossible to walk or stand up, and thus it lead to less movement, weight gain, development of blood clots and venous stasis. The emotional stress can be very debilitating as well.

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Extraordinary how they used to complicate these cyphers
Simultaneously, Pakistan looks at issues related to its national interest and takes steps that further complicate the relationship and create tensions between the two states, Panetta said.
Jess was compelled to write poems that complicate our perceptions and reveal our misperceptions of his character's life, art and times.
We shouldn't side with either of the two countries because it would complicate future hopes for an outlet to the sea.
Not only did these texts--and our progression through them--complicate students' notions about gender, race, and ethnicity, they also served to complicate their understanding of the generic variations of the short story form.
The half-year age conventions complicate retirement plan operation because they require employers to track dates other than birth dates.
By creating an office in the White House independent of the State Department and other foreign affairs agencies, it would complicate the formidable problems of managing foreign policy.
By complicating our idea of what "travel" might mean for a Jacobean audience, Parr's introduction helps to complicate the volume's thematic unity and demonstrate the variety of impulses, assumptions, and motives informing England's divergent attitudes toward foreign travel and cultures.