trivial complaint

trivial complaint

Medtalk A Sx, sign or lesion, usually identified by the Pt which, after appropriate evaluation, is deemed to have little or no impact on a Pt's well-being or management of an unrelated medical condition. See Hypochondriac, Organ recital.
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This may seem a trivial complaint to some, but I am not as nimble as I used to be.
But unreliable broadband should not be brushed aside as a trivial complaint.
And if someone does mention a problem don't regard it as a trivial complaint. Be switched on, open-minded and deal with it.
These cases can, of course, be time consuming to resolve but one should not forget that this seemingly trivial complaint can be the cause of weeks, months or even years of misery for the patient.
HOW often have you stood behind someone in a shop queue to hear them moaning about a hangover or some trivial complaint? It's something I'm sure we are all prone to at times, and is almost a natural reflex when people ask us how we are.
FAR from a trivial complaint, snoring can cause rifts in a relationship because of lack of sleep.
I realize I might be the only person who will actually read both these books straight through, so this may be a trivial complaint.
If such an understanding of women's minds were simply the argument of one book, this would be a trivial complaint. But the theme repeats.
This is no trivial complaint. Central to the program of liberalism is the requirement that people are to be let alone to act as they see fit provided only that they not infringe the rights of others.
The nobel laureate, Alexander Solzhenitsyn, wrote in his novel Cancer Ward, "generally speaking, the family doctor is the most comforting figure in our lives...he knows the needs of each member of the family...there is no shame in taking to him some trivial complaint you would never take to the outpatient clinic...and yet all neglected illnesses arise out of these trivial complaints.
Donlan added, "I suggest that you refrain from writing to the council with such a trivial complaint. You should also take note that the Sun is not a soft target for all and sundry."
He refers to a 'trivial complaint' in the present circumstances.What a pitymy piecewas not read more carefully before pouring vinegar.