neurologic impairment

neurologic impairment

Any damage to, or deficiency of, the nervous system.

neurologic impairment

Neurology Any damage to, or deficiency of, the nervous system
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Albeit not common, it has been associated with adverse fetal/perinatal outcome, stillbirth, and multiple obstetric and fetal complications and neurologic impairment.
Tafamidis, marketed under the trade name VYNDAQEL, is approved in 40 countries for the treatment of TTR-FAP in adult patients with early-stage symptomatic polyneuropathy to delay peripheral neurologic impairment.
With a greater than 10% reported risk of complications including neurologic injury with surgical intervention (6,8,11), some authors have indicated that non-surgical treatment may be suitable for patients in the absence of functional limitations or neurologic impairment.
Researchers observed small improvements in both overall survival and survival without neurodevelopmental impairment, but the absolute risk of death and neurologic impairment remained high.
She was treated with albendazole and corticosteroids and survived with substantial neurologic impairment.
Off pump CABG has demonstrated decreased blood loss and need for transfusion, decreased length of stay, less myocardial enzyme leak, less inflammation, and less renal and neurologic impairment in addition to decreased cost.
Chronic symptoms of the disease include neurologic impairment and sleep disorders (1).
The study focuses on patients at least six months post-stroke with significant functional or neurologic impairment (i.
The study is aimed at patients who were around six months post-stroke with significant functional or neurologic impairment.
First case of CNS type I was reported by Criggler and Najar in 1952, (1) which results in severe unconjugated hyperbilirubinemia and thus neurologic impairment (Kernicterus) in the new born.
If the dog shows neurologic impairment, with difficulty walking or defecating, additional tests may be warranted.
If the cat shows neurologic impairment, such as difficulty walking or defecating, other diagnostics may be warranted.