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- adj. Not treated.
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- adj. not subjected to chemical or physical treatment
- adj. not given medical care or treatment
- adj. (of a specimen for study under a microscope) not treated with a reagent or dye
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So, if you think that you might have ADHD or know that you do but remain untreated, get yourself some assistance.
The average age of colon cancer diagnosis in untreated patients with FAP is 39 years (age 34 to 43 years).
The 72 percent reduction compares to a much larger average amount of tissue death in untreated mice hearts after the same 30 minutes of oxygen deprivation.
And the risk of suicide is great. 15% of all sufferers die by their own hand, and up to 20% in untreated cases.
In April 1907 I showed that the injection of serum from an anaphylactized dog induced an anaphylactic state in untreated dogs, as if this serum contained the toxic substance which activates the unleashing injection.
One of the commonest complications of diabetes, especially in untreated patients over fifty, is gangrene.
But it may also be caused by other conditions, such as severe, long-term untreated hypothyroidism.
Allowing “the homophobe” to go untreated is a case of the failure of America’s health care system to treat those that need it.
In another example, Native-American women who receive treatment for their own diabetes are less likely to have diabetic children than if they remain untreated.
Yes, I used dry that is to say untreated with STP sea scallops.