deviation from normal

deviation from normal

a quality, characteristic, symptom, or clinical finding that is different from what is commonly regarded as normal, such as an elevated temperature, multiple gestation, or an extra digit.
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There must be some deviation from normal for illness to occur.
The department approached National Treasury for deviation from normal procurement processes which was subsequently granted.
The court also did not find the situation 'extraordinary enough' to warrant a deviation from normal procedure.
The study included 15 full term children (8 male and 7 female) with clinical diagnosis of mild paraparesis and mild deviation from normal psychological and social development, and 15 full term children (8 male and 7 female) without neurological risk factors and deviations from normal psychomotor development, all at the age of 12-24 months.
Whereas some social and emotional diagnoses are referred to as delays in development, Souders, DePaul, Freeman, and Levy (2002) point out that ASD is categorized as a "dramatic deviation from normal development" (p.
This study brings to our consideration that deviation from normal BMI in primary infertile women implies to be substantially higher.
The cut-off value for SVV deviation from normal was set at 0 [+ or -] 2.
We have fail-safe mechanisms to correct the slightest deviation from normal.
This was hopefully just an error, but this was certainly a deviation from normal flight.
The authors' group, in turn, has asked the court to deny Google's defense that the copying is a "fair use" that allows a deviation from normal copyright protections.
Temperature variation, differing noticeably from mean ranges, affects crops, sowing, growing to harvesting, with potentially catastrophic effect, particularly across the Tepid zones where temperature deviation from normal ranges is most noticeable.
This suggests that for some people, any deviation from normal functioning, whether it is arousal or relaxation, is stressful," said Luberto.