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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.

sequelae

Clinical medicine The consequences of a particular condition or therapeutic intervention

sequela

(sē-kwē′lă) plural.sequelae [L., sequel]
A condition following and resulting from a disease.
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The review of the literature showed only eight cases who required surgery for long term genital sequelae.
Comparative Clinical Evaluation of Submucosal and Intramuscular Dexamethasone In Reducing Post Operative Sequelae Following Impacted Mandibular Third Molar Surgery.
If the assessments of Freetown survivors hold true across this population, thousands of survivors face life-limiting sequelae of the disease.
Our comprehensive review of the medical records of patients attending the Survivor Clinic at KGH revealed that many experienced potential EVD-related sequelae >1 year after hospital discharge.
10) (2006) conducted a prospective study on laryngeal sequelae following prolonged intubation in South Indian population.
A poor outcome was defined as an in-hospital death, the presence of neurologic sequelae at discharge, and the presence of DNS after discharge.
Incidence and outcome of neurological sequelae in survivors of cerebral malaria.
Most prior studies have focused on sequelae present in the first months following a childhood episode of bacterial meningitis; the Johns Hopkins analysis was restricted to studies featuring a minimum follow-up of 5 years.
Severe bronchopulmonary dysplasia increases risk for later neurological and motor sequelae in preterm survivors.
Egger said that several factors need to be considered when studying these sequelae, particularly the child's baseline behaviors and the impact parental worry may have on children after a serious illness or injury.
15), it was reported that permanent sequelae were seen more often in the cases of ipsilateral recurrent facial paralysis.