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nonfocal

Neurology adjective Referring to a seizure which is not localized; generalized
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We compared I' to two additional null distributions of I, representing the niche overlap between a model created using actual locality points of one focal species and a model created using randomly chosen background points from the nonfocal species' known range.
A gastrointestinal etiology is more likely if the pain is nonfocal and present in all four quadrants.
Interview data were supplemented with field notes that contained information from conversations with nonfocal actors such as employees and volunteers.
2009) defined nontraditional stroke symptoms as face or body pain, mental status change (disorientation, confusion, or loss of consciousness), lightheadedness, headache, general neurological symptoms (nausea, hiccups, and nonfocal weakness), and nonneurological symptoms (chest pain, palpitations, or shortness of breath).
To achieve it, we should focus on developing a vaccine that prevents viral and bacterial respiratory tract infections, practicing restraint in treating nonfocal upper respiratory tract infections with antibiotics, and establishing more accurate diagnostic criteria for AOM and sinusitis.
Chronic ischemic cerebral white matter disease is a risk factor for nonfocal neurological injury after total aortic arch replacement.
The focus structure thus partitions the sentence into nonpresupposed, focal material and pragmatically presupposed nonfocal elements.
Musculoskeletal examination was normal; neurological examination was nonfocal, and his skin was clear.
The social group for each focal individual was classified as 'all same sex', 'all opposite sex', or 'mixed sex', based on the sexes of the nonfocal individuals in its group.