asystematic

a·sys·tem·at·ic

(ā'sis-tĕ-mat'ik),
Not systematic; not relating to one system or set of organs.

a·sys·tem·at·ic

(ā'sis-tĕ-mat'ik)
Not systematic; not relating to one system or set of organs.

asystematic

(ā″sis″tĕ-mat′ik) [ ¹an- + systematic]
Not systematic; not limited to one system or set of organs.
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We know how things can run, from an asystematic system to a systematic system.
It provides the opportunity for avolunteers to enter the academy at 14 and follow a progressive and asystematic pathway that enables a teaching or coaching career.
For that purpose, asystematic and careful implementation of a public policy was started, based on all diagnoses carried out in the SHS-DF Network.
Controlled interventions to reduce burnout in physicians: asystematic review and meta-analysis.
Godwin et al9 in asystematic review concluded that intra-articular corticosteroid injection results in clinically and statistically significant reduction in pain of OA knee 1 week after injection.
If the at times painful and enticing card metaphorizes conventional translations, the asystematic systematicity of the book's cover instead serves as an analogy for the role of languages in Wolf's poetry and Seita's translations.
Newman has been described as an asystematic writer due to the apparent lack of organization of much of his literature, and this was particularly the case of some collections which took shape along lengthy time lapses with prolonged pauses breaching between one part and another.
One of the major challenges for an early diagnosis of children with ASD is the asystematic presence of a clear delay of the development of speech/oral language, so that some of these children may obtain a score appropriate for their age range on language development scales or standardized tests, a fact that impairs a medical diagnosis [5].
Public health professionals themselves, rather than historians, teach topics related to the subject, so that they abound in asystematic anecdotes, which provide a glimpse of the past, yet fail to enrich critical thinking since they lack specialized methodology.
Management of antiphospholipid antibody syndrome: asystematic review.