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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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Two versions were created adding short canned - or posed - laughter and short spontaneous - or real - laughter.
In this research, we explored the correlation of spontaneous passage with stone size (width-length) and area in distal ureteral stones.
"A lot of the issues in pregnancy that result in spontaneous preterm birth begin at the end of the first trimester when the placenta becomes vascularized," said corresponding author Thomas McElrath, MD, PhD of the Division of Maternal-Fetal Medicine in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the Brigham.
The previously demonstrated osteochondroma on the lateral aspect of the distal femur was no longer visible, confirming its spontaneous regression.{Figure 1}{Figure 2}
The emergency physicians consulted the department of thoracic surgery about the diagnosis of the spontaneous PM, and the patient was hospitalized.
The condition can be a self-limiting syndrome with spontaneous resolution.
The researchers found that among women with distal 4vHPV exposure, 10.4 percent experienced a spontaneous abortion.
The authors found a doubling of risk for spontaneous abortion within that 28-day exposure window, but no association if the vaccination took place outside that period.
Among 2000 cases of coronary angiography performed over a period of 3 years, 7 cases of spontaneous coronary dissection were diagnosed.
Coronary angiography was subsequently performed demonstrating a spontaneous coronary artery dissection of left anterior descending coronary artery.