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Definition of Noncomplicated
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Literary usage of Noncomplicated
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1. Operative Gynecologic Laparoscopy: Principles and Techniques by Camran Nezhat (2000)
"In the noncomplicated group, open or closed techniques are used. If the closed technique is used, a disposable trocar with a bullet shield is preferable. ..."
2. Transactions of the American Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (1911)
"... difficult to say whether active changes are going on in the tumor or whether there is not merely a moderate noncomplicated infection of the uterus. ..."
3. Epidemiology and public health: a text and reference book for physicians by Victor Clarence Vaughan (1922)
"In our camps deaths due to noncomplicated measles were exceedingly rare; indeed, we are not certain that there were any. The part played by this disease in ..."
4. Saint Louis Medical and Surgical Journal (1903)
"Sampson Gamgee was the first to cast aside the views of patholo- gists up to his time, on the pathogenesis of fracture, and declared that noncomplicated ..."
5. Report of the Commission of Public Welfare Under Authority of Chapter 163 of by Connecticut Commission of Public Welfare (1919)
"... whereas all second and subsequent pregnancies, and all noncomplicated pregnancies might properly be attended by qualified midwives in this country, ..."