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sequela

 [sĕ-kwel´ah] (pl. seque´lae) (L.)
a morbid condition following or occurring as a consequence of another condition or event.
postpolio sequela (postpoliomyelitis sequela) postpoliomyelitis syndrome.

se·que·la

, pl.

se·que·lae

(sē-kwē'la, sē-kwel'ē),
A condition following as a consequence of a disease.
[L. sequela, a sequel, fr. sequor, to follow]

sequela

/se·que·la/ (sĕ-kwel´ah) pl. seque´lae   [L.] a morbid condition following or occurring as a consequence of another condition or event.

sequela

(sĭ-kwĕl′ə)
n. pl. se·quelae (-kwĕl′ē)
1. A pathological condition resulting from a disease.
2. A secondary consequence or result.

sequela

[sikwē′lə] pl. sequelae
Etymology: L, sequi, to follow
any abnormal condition that follows and is the result of a disease, treatment, or injury, such as paralysis after poliomyelitis, deafness after treatment with an ototoxic drug, or scar formation after a laceration.

se·que·la

, pl. sequelae (sĕ-kwel'ă, -lē)
A condition following as a consequence of a disease.
[L. sequela, a sequel, fr. sequor, to follow]

sequela

A sequel. Any condition or state that follows a disease, disorder, or injury, especially one that is a consequence of it. A COMPLICATION. The term is most often used in the plural form-sequelae.

sequela

outcome of disease

sequela (si·kweˑ·l),

n an abnormality that develops after a specific injury, disease, or treatment, such as scar formation after a laceration or paralysis after a poliomyelitis attack.

se·que·la

, pl. sequelae (sĕ-kwel'ă, -lē)
A condition following as a consequence of a disease.
[L. sequela, a sequel, fr. sequor, to follow]

sequela (sikwel´ə),

n an abnormal condition that follows and is the result of a disease, treatment, or injury, such as paralysis after poliomyelitis or scar formation after a laceration.

sequela

pl. sequelae [L.] a morbid condition following or occurring as a consequence of another condition or event.