have long-term effects and can lead to poor quality of life (3) and a significant economic and social burden for families and communities.
Pulmonary data regarding medications taken for tuberculosis sequelae
and limitation of activity secondary to disease was collected.
The kind of clinical and radiographic sequelae
observed at the first visit was recorded according to the method described by Andreasen, Andreasen (19) (1994) as follows, except for avulsed teeth:
As in other published studies, long-term AOM sequelae
were not included (29-32).
A diagnosis of the cardiac sequelae
of Kawasaki disease can be missed in cases of atypical Kawasaki disease.
The relative increase from 1999 to 2002 in the proportion of stroke decedents dying pre-transport was 3.4% for all strokes, 8.5% for hemorrhagic strokes, 7.1% for other cerebrovascular deaths, 4.9% for cerebral infarctions, 4.3% for cerebrovascular sequelae
, and 3.4% for unspecified strokes.
: Physiological and psychological overview.
In the most optimistic sequelae
, the child shows full recovery and can participate in education with the same level of support that was in place at preinjury.
Short-course antibiotic treatment of 4782 culture-proven cases of Group A streptococcal tonsillopharyngitis and incidence of poststreptococcal sequelae
. J Infect Dis 2000; 182:509-16.
Each of the behavioral disorders described in the news item (sequelae
, by implication, of excessive Internet use) is far more likely the result of preexisting pathology.
Among the sequelae
was the birth of October in 1976, the year before Coplans left Artforum to pursue a limited schedule of writing (only 24 pages out of 221 were written after 1977) and to devote himself to photography, a medium he and Max Kozloff had increasingly introduced to the pages of Artforum between 1974 and 1976.
Even the most astute counselor cannot always prevent the sequelae
of repeated intrusions, especially when a child has offended cabin mates.