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uncomplicated

(ŭn-kŏm′plĭ-kā′tĭd)
adj.
1. Not complex or involved; simple: found an uncomplicated solution to the problem.
2. Not involving medical complications.
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Certainly in remote settings where surgery is not readily available, antimicrobial therapy with fluid and electrolyte management and close observation can be used in children with uncomplicated appendicitis with few failures and relatively few children requiring subsequent appendectomy.
These results show that if the value of CRP was above 215mg/l it was very likely to be complex and not uncomplicated appendicitis.
66% patients of uncomplicated diabetic group showed vestibular dysfunction, in which 10 patients had directional preponderance (D.
Claudette Gonzalez and her colleagues at Nicklaus Children's Hospital, Miami, presented findings from a study that used a cohort of otherwise healthy infants and children (n = 176) admitted from the emergency department with uncomplicated SSTIs.
In spite of adequate treatment the case fatality rate was high in complicated malaria as compared to uncomplicated cases.
Either finding the absence of urethral mobility or the presence of POP beyond the hymen moves the case from the uncomplicated to complicated category and signals the need for further evaluation with urodynamics or other tests.
Primary symptom of uncomplicated FSP is disturbed gait mainly because of spasticity with or without weakness.
I love Vivienne Westwood and the way she hits the female form, though there is nothing uncomplicated, simple and relaxed JKyle about her clothes.
In uncomplicated twin pregnancies, timing of delivery remains an area of controversy.
They chose randomised controlled trials of adult patients presenting with uncomplicated acute appendicitis, diagnosed by haematological and radiological investigations.
coli) is the most common uropathogen in both uncomplicated and complicated UTIs.