within normal limits


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within normal limits

Medtalk A term for a CT, MRI or other image or specimen, which the examiner regards as having no significant changes
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Her physical examination was within normal limits, except for Dix-Hallpike test, in which vertigo and right horizontal rotatory nystagmus was observed after 5 s of latency and lasted for 15 s.
11) In our case, though serum iron and ferritin levels were within normal limits, the transferrin saturation rate was higher than normal (69.
Polyphenols from berries, fruits and vegetables have shown at large to contribute to a healthier blood sugar control and maintain body weight within normal limits.
Some have attempted to avoid part of Bulgarian roads by travelling through Greece, but according to Bulgarian border authorities the incoming traffic from Greece is heavy, yet within normal limits.
Coolers have been installed before the cages of animals like tigers, lions and leopards and glucose is being given to them so that their body temperature remains within normal limits.
She is conscious, alert and all her parameters are well within normal limits," AIIMS medical superintendent Dr D.
Urinalysis, alpha-fetoprotein ([alpha]FP), beta-human chorionic gonadotropin ([beta]-hCG), lactate dehydrogenase (LDH) and complete blood count were within normal limits ([alpha]FP: 2.
Findings on audiometry were within normal limits, although the patient reported some auditory discomfort during the testing.
Liver function test was within normal limits (Total bilirubin 0.
Routine examination of urine and chest X-ray were within normal limits.
The level of water in Lake Ohrid is within normal limits at the moment, standing at 25 cm below the maximum.