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  • n. A secondary consequence, used typically in medical terminology
  • n. An unexpected result or complication

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  • n. a secondary consequence


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  • The NYTimes article omitted any mention of the Reformation, the Civil War, and their sequella.

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  • Infection in other areas of the body is another common sequella of allergic inhalant dermatitis.


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  • I consider this to be a bit of arrogant megalomania and lack of knowledge that marijuana is dangerous is a sequella of his previous drug addiction or maybe he was testifying for the money.


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