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self-limiting

(sĕlf-lĭm′ĭ-tĭng)
adj.
1. Limiting oneself or itself.
2. Self-limited.

self′-lim′i·ta′tion (-tā′shən) n.
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The kinds of personal attributes that nurture creativity and foster innovation can be hobbled or stopped outright by a predisposition to self-limit our behavior.
Simultaneous acquired self-limited Hemophagocytic Lympho histiocytosis and Kikuchi necrotizing lymphadenitis in a 16-year-old teenage girl: A case report and review of the literature.
Treatment is generally supportive as the disease is self-limited. The use of corticosteroids is controversial.
As EA is a self-limited condition, its treatment is conservative in nearly all cases and surgery is not recommended (3).
KFD is an extremely uncommon, self-limited, and perhaps under-diagnosed disorder of unknown cause, yet with an excellent prognosis.2 The epidemiology of Kikuchi's disease is widespread, spanning the globe from Japan, where it was first described in 1972, and Asiatic people.3
Our patient was fortunate that while her AV block developed quickly after trauma, her conduction deficit was temporary and self-limited, requiring only supportive measures.
Both are self-limited in about 80% of cases--but in the case of atopic dermatitis not until the second decade of life, and with acne not until the third decade.
parkeri, this level of serologic reactivity could represent mild, self-limited infections with other SFG rickettsiae, including R.
"Macugen is a case of a fairly expensive drug that doesn't really need any management because use is self-limited to some very specific indications for physicians and by highly specialized doctors," said Independence Blue Cross' Owens.
Many schools rely on student trust that self-limits access to inappropriate sites.
Most problems that may be causing your trouble are self-limited and ultimately resolve with appropriate care including medication, rest, and physical therapy.
Cryptosporidiosis, a parasitic intestinal infection occurring most frequently in calves, generally produces only a mild and self-limited diarrhea in humans who encounter it.