self-limiting condition

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self-limiting condition

An illness or condition which will either resolve on its own or which has no long-term harmful effect on a person’s health.
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Although SFN is generally a transient, self-limited condition, recognition of SFN is critical to monitor and avoid metabolic alterations associated with SFN.
Systemic corticosteroids are generally unwarranted as AGEP is a self-limited condition that is known to spontaneously resolve with the removal of the causative drug.
EA is a rare and self-limited condition, mostly seen in middle-aged men, which is caused by either inflammation or ischemic changes related to torsion or venous infarction of the epiploic appendages (1).
It is a benign and self-limited condition presenting as acute onset abdominal pain.
Although OM is generally a self-limited condition, caregivers and parents often seek help and intervention because they recognize its significant negative impact on their child's quality of life (QOL) and because they have concerns about their child's hearing and communication skills.
It is a self-limited condition, although it may clear faster if treated using topical ketoconazole cream or another anti-yeast medication.
This is a self-limited condition that needs no antithyroid medication.
EM is usually a self-limited condition of about 2 weeks without significant sequelae.
At times, it can last for 2-3 years, but it is a self-limited condition," Dr.
However, acute GAS tonsillitis is usually a self-limited condition, and antibiotic treatment has only a modest clinical effect, shortening symptoms by roughly 16 hours if begun within the first 3 days of illness.
4,16) The typical attack of BPPV is usually a self-limited condition, and many cases resolve spontaneously.