self-limiting condition

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self-limiting condition

An illness or condition which will either resolve on its own or which has no long-term harmful effect on a person’s health.
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It is a self-limiting disease but can cause severe consequences when pregnant women are infected, particularly in the first trimester.1 Maternal rubella infection affects all organs of the emergent foetus and leads to Congenital Rubella Syndrome (CRS) resulting in stillbirth, abortion, miscarriage, combination of birth defects, blindness, deafness, mental retardation and heart diseases.2
TOH is a self-limiting disease, a symptomatic and supportive treatment is recommended, and TOH should be included in the list of differential diagnoses of acute onset of hip pain.
Medical expert Dr Khawar Sultan from Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS) said that Influenza or seasonal flu was usually a self-limiting disease and everyone did not need antiviral treatment and diagnostic tests.
"I reassure the parent: This is a cold, a cold is a self-limiting disease, we have capable immune systems that will take care of it, it will take about a week." People need to feel confident in their bodies, she said, instead of relying on medicines.
Influenza (seasonal flu) is usually a self-limiting disease and everyone doesn't need antiviral treatment and diagnostic tests.
Influenza more commonly referred to as the seasonal flu is usually a self-limiting disease, which means everyone doesn't need antiviral treatment or diagnostic tests.
Flu is a self-limiting disease and no medicines are required, except for paracetamol to control fever.
The eye expert, while describing Apollo as a self-limiting disease that without any drug will go on its own, said medicines such as eye drops are only recommended to prevent another bacterial infection that can worsen the eye problem.
Usually, it is a benign, self-limiting disease, and spontaneous remissions are common.
In most cases, so long as one's immune system is strong, it is a self-limiting disease. It goes away with just supportive treatment, i.e., rest, hydration and symptomatic treatment of fever, headache, muscle pains.
(6) As it is a self-limiting disease and the symptoms are non-specific and vary in severity, the incidence of SPM varies between 1 in 7000 to 1 in 12 000 hospital admissions.