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spon·ta·ne·ous

(spon-tā'nē-ŭs),
Without apparent cause; said of disease processes or remissions.
[L. spontaneus, voluntary, capricious]

spon·ta·ne·ous

(spon-tā'nē-ŭs)
Without apparent cause; said of disease processes or remissions.
[L. spontaneus, voluntary, capricious]

spon·ta·ne·ous

(spon-tā'nē-ŭs)
Without apparent cause; said of disease processes or remissions.
[L. spontaneus, voluntary, capricious]

Patient discussion about spontaneous

Q. what can be done for spontaneous hypothermia? is there a deficiency of hormones or anything that can be taken

A. hypothermia can be caused by al sort of things. Some bacterial infections, poisoning, aciduria , hypothyroidism and more. Is this the only symptom? I’m sure there are some others. But I think this could be a good idea to check up with a Dr.

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Most of us had plenty of spontaneity in our youth, so we would be wise to get inspiration for spontaneous living by following the example of children.
It is useful, therefore, to introduce an independent concept of spontaneity, which is a measure of the non-equilibriumness of a system from its internal equilibrium, defined for isolated systems as,
This exhibition made clear that Kossoff is one of the great painters of his time, and that expressionistic painting will endure, for it conveys existential truths with uncanny spontaneity and prereflectivc immediacy.
By concentrating on forms of rhetoric defending spontaneity in both religious and literary discourses, she reveals multiple tensions troped in her book's title--"rituals of spontaneity."
I don't even know if spontaneity is a word, but the randomness and un-boringness of the fastest moving city in the world put a shock-wave of unhealthy and sleepless nights through the Volcom team's heart.
The other thing to do was to control all emotion, to mitigate the fear and the love, to suppress all spontaneity.
"Ride comfort is a major criterion for any automatic transmission, but automated transmission systems differ substantially in terms of the level of shift comfort and spontaneity they afford when changing gears," said Wagner.
There is an obvious spontaneity and process of development with the sketch--implicit in the act itself.
Leave spontaneity to the horn blowers in them Beale Street jazz bands.
Chihuly likes the spontaneity of glass and the immediate results he gets when working with it.
She blames the convent discipline for taking away her spontaneity and self-confidence and, by its constant fault-finding, making her feel guilty and inadequate.
Spontaneity has been linked to high quality learning experiences in mathematics (Csikszentmihalyi & Csikszentmihalyi, 1992; Williams, 2002).This paper shows how spontaneity can be identified by attending to the nature of social elements in the process of abstracting (Dreyfus, Hershkowitz, & Schwarz, 2001).