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nonfocal

Neurology adjective Referring to a seizure which is not localized; generalized
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A neurologic examination was nonfocal, demonstrating full strength in the upper and lower extremities, without sensory deficits.
Nonfocal branching or arborization of the folds should not be seen, though, and in such cases a diagnosis of a low-grade papillary urothelial neoplasm (eg, urothelial papilloma or papillary urothelial neoplasm of low malignant potential [PUNLMP]) should strongly be considered.
cantonensis infection causes a self-limited illness in which headaches, nonfocal neurologic findings, and cranial nerve involvement are the most common signs and symptoms.
The decisive judicial activity was "interpretation" in only a loose, nonfocal use of the term.
One might speculate that the lack of association with underlying coronary artery disease and the nonfocal distribution of myocardial injury in myocarditis are of importance.
Prespecified exclusion criteria were as follows: (1) nonfocal cerebral ischemia model such as global, traumatic models, or hypoxicischemic models; (2) permanent MCAO; (3) combined use of any other agents; (4) no control group; (5) duplicate publications.
The patient's neurologic exam was nonfocal. Cranial nerves II through XII were intact, his speech was clear and appropriate, and he had symmetric normal grip strength and coordinated limb movement.
Neurologic examination was nonfocal. He had a leukocytosis of 19.98.
Neurological exam was nonfocal; however, she only scored 18/30 on Montreal cognitive assessment (normal is [??] 26), with deficits in memory and executive skills.
Clinically, the patient improved, demonstrating mild confusion with an otherwise nonfocal neurological exam.