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Definition of Sequelae

Sequela Se*que"la, n.; pl. Sequel[ae]. [L., a follower, a result, from sequit to follow.] One who, or that which, follows. Specifically: (a) An adherent, or a band or sect of adherents. ``Coleridge and his sequela.' --G. P. Marsh. (b) That which follows as the logical result of reasoning; inference; conclusion; suggestion. Sequel[ae], or thoughts suggested by the preceding aphorisms. --Coleridge. (c) (Med.) A morbid phenomenon left as the result of a disease; a disease resulting from another.

Meaning of Sequelae from wikipedia

- plural sequelæ or sequelae, latin sequela, from sequi ('follow') is a pathological condition resulting from a disease , injury , therapy
- post-polio syndrome (pps, or post-poliomyelitis syndrome or post-polio sequelae) is a condition that affects approximately 25–50% of
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- the world health organization estimated in 2006 that neurological disorders and their sequelae (direct consequences) affect as many as
- unless reversed by effective treatment, these sequelae can progress and cause death. pneumothoraces can be caused by physical trauma to
- who did not have pre-existing depression these dela**** neurological sequelae may occur in up to 50% of poisoned people after 2 to 40 days.
- although it can be triggered by a primary respiratory infection, such as pneumonia , it is more often a sequelae of sepsis or significant