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induced by a physician's words or therapy (used especially of a complication resulting from treatment)

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21,22) In sepsis, steroids play lifesaving role and can be dangerous if their levels are inhibited iatrogenically.
1) Perforation may occur pathologically by resorptive processes, caries, or it may occur iatrogenically as a complication during preparation of access cavities, coronal shaping or during post-space preparation either with hand or rotary instruments.
This study comprised of 21 iatrogenically displaced teeth over a period of 9 years in two hospitals i.
Kreisman and Hennessey[12] evaluated serum creatinine levels in 24 consecutive patients with iatrogenically induced hypothyroid-ism in conjunction with treatment of thyroid carcinoma.
However, if the corpus luteum is ruptured iatrogenically by the laparoscope the luteal phase will be shortened (Nigi, 1977).
V"ictory transosseous equivalent suture configuration for arthroscopic rotator cuff tear repairs of iatrogenically completed PASTA lesions and full-thickness "U"-shaped tears.
Despite their relative rarity, several hundred iatrogenically transmitted CJD cases were identified during the past 60 years (2).
They may also occur iatrogenically or as a postobstructive lesion due to thoracic outlet syndrome (TOS) or chronic use of crutches.
2) The peripheral variant of Tapia syndrome can occur (1) following trauma or endotracheal intubation, (2) in association with a tumor of the parotid gland, or (3) iatrogenically as a result of surgery.
In biomedical and popular accounts of hepatitis C, distinctions are frequently made between these two diseases, with the accompanying assumption that the iatrogenically acquired disease involves a form of "innocent" transmission and the disease acquired through injecting drug use is a form of "guilty" transmission.
In 2004, growing concerns led the Food and Drug Administration to place a black box warning on antipsychotic medications that highlighted concerns about iatrogenically induced diabetes.
CJD can occur sporadically, or as a genetic disease, or can be transmitted iatrogenically.
Neonatal brachial plexus injury is not a priori explained by iatrogenically induced excessive traction," they wrote.