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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Dr Tricia Cresswell, flu lead for the Public Health England Centre in the North East said: "For most healthy people, flu is an unpleasant but usually self-limiting disease, with recovery time taking up to a week.
The samples from the same herd tested using the same technique were negative and this may show that Mers-CoV infection in camels is a self-limiting disease," a Qatari agriculture official said in the OIE report, quoted by the Centre for Infectious Disease Research and Policy (CIDRAP), Academic Health Centre, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, US.
Autochthonous hepatitis E in industrialized countries is usually an acute, self-limiting disease, but chronic disease can occur in immunocompromised hosts (5).
HFMD is believed to be a benign and self-limiting disease, and it is mostly seen in young children.
Rotavirus is a self-limiting disease that can cause dehydration due to vomiting and diarrhoea and in severe cases, may require hospital admission," said Dr Badreyya Al Shehhi, senior officer for Vaccines and Communicable Disease at the Health Authority -- Abu Dhabi (HAAD).
Dengue fever is a self-limiting disease with almost 100 per cent recovery, but its advanced stages i.
Director Health Services further briefed the Chairman CDA that Dengue fever cases have been reported from Lahore, Karachi and Islamabad adding that Dengue fever is self-limiting disease with almost 100% recovery, but its advanced stages i.
Lofgren's syndrome is regarded as a self-limiting disease that is generally resolved within three months.
It's a generally very mild and self-limiting disease which people can manage themselves.
While for most people infection with WNV results in a mild and self-limiting disease, severe disease is seen particularly in the elderly and, to a lesser extent, in children, with mortality associated with severe neurological manifestations.
Juvenile xanthogranuloma is generally a benign and self-limiting disease, but complications can occur when the space that the tumor occupies causes functional impairment.
It is a self-limiting disease involving different ages, races, and geographic regions.