Contraindicant

Con'tra·in'di·cant noun (Medicine) Something, as a symptom, indicating that the usual mode of treatment is not to be followed. Burke.
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contraindicant

Indicating the contrary, i.e., showing that a method of treatment that would otherwise be proper is inadvisable by special circumstances in the individual case. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Contraindicant

• (n.) Something, as a symptom, indicating that the usual mode of treatment is not to be followed.
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contraindicant

Type: Term Pronunciation: kon′tră-in′di-kant Definitions: 1. Favoring the reverse, showing that a method of treatment that would otherwise be proper is made inadvisable by special circumstances in the individual case.
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