Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
There aren't any known cases of anthrax passing from one person to another, so it is considered to be noncontagious.
Another houses people with active but noncontagious tuberculosis.
The skin generally turns red first and then quickly develops noncontagious pustules filled with white blood cells.
Recalcitrant patients can be detained in New York hospitals only a short period until they are noncontagious.
Chalazions These are infected but noncontagious cysts that form inside the eyelid.
The rector said, however, that the policy would not affect those dying of such noncontagious diseases as cancer. '
Body fluids such as urine, saliva and tears, which contain very low concentrations of the virus, appear to be noncontagious.
"This is a noncontagious, very treatable disease," Mr. Giuliani said.
Her excitement was noncontagious.
Diana had recently acquired an aversion to people in crowds, noncontagious agoraphobia, she would say, shying away from strangers.
This is cause for concern as environmental bacteria, noncontagious Streptococcus especially, are becoming increasingly resistant to antimicrobial intramammary therapy.
Many pollens cause eye problems, including allergic conjunctivitis, a noncontagious form of "pink eye," Blaiss says.
More than five million Americans have psoriasis, a noncontagious disorder caused by an overactive immune system that mistakenly and continuously attacks the person's own skin.
She had replaced her one stool with several comfortable seats positioned, as she phrased it, in noncontagious spacing in front of Holth's couch.
Nail Psoriasis Psoriasis of the nails is a noncontagious condition caused by a combination of genetic, environmental, and immune causes.
"He's still a noncontagious carrier of Vegan choriomeningitis, but other than that, he's four-oh and four-oh and four-oh."
"We have to make certain that the virus all of you are carrying can indeed be rendered harmless and noncontagious before any of you can be released from this facility."
An advantage of this option is that if the infection is indeed strep, 24 hours on an antibiotic renders the patient noncontagious, allowing a return to school or work after just a day's absence.
In what President Bush's doctors said was a bizarre twist to his medical story, his overactive thyroid was found today to be caused by the same, noncontagious thyroid condition for which his wife, Barbara, is being treated.
Thankfully noncontagious, the disorder attacked muscle fiber and other connective tissues, resulting in the progressive atrophy of limbs and vital organs; from the sound of Faal's labored breathing, Troi suspected that Faal's ailment had targeted his respiratory system.
Mr. Koch said the doctors had offered three possible explanations for the pain and swelling: a fracture; gout, a common form of arthritis that most often afflicts joints in the feet and is accompanied by swelling and severe pain; or cellulitis, a noncontagious skin infection.
"Infection with HCV can lead to anything from a self-limiting [mild and noncontagious] infection to cirrhosis, or scarring of the liver, to cancer," says lead author Mark Thursz, MRCP, from the Imperial College School of Medicine in London.
Styblo and Meijer argued neonatal immunization protected against miliary TB and other noncontagious forms of TB, and not pulmonary TB which was a disease of adults, and that mass immunization campaigns with BCG would therefore not be expected to have a significant public health impact.