(adv.) In an accidental manner; unexpectedly; by chance; unintentionally; casually; fortuitously; not essentially.
(1) The data from this experience as well as others previously reported can yield prognostic indicators of survival in cases of accidental hypothermia.
(2) Accidentally discovered nearly 40 years ago as the first true antidepressants, the MAOIs soon fell into disfavor due to concerns about toxicity and seemingly lesser efficacy compared with the newer tricyclic compounds.
(3) He's called out for his lack of imagination in a stinging review by a leading food critic (Oliver Platt) and - after being introduced to Twitter by his tech-savvy son (Emjay Anthony) - accidentally starts a flame war that will lead to him losing his job.
(4) Accidental injury is the leading cause of death in persons between the ages of 1 and 50 years in our Western society.
(5) Women on the beat: how to get more female police officers around the world Read more Mortars were, for instance, used on 5 June when Afghan national army soldiers accidentally hit a wedding party on the outskirts of Ghazni, killing eight children.
(6) Cavernous hemangiomas of the brain stem are usually discovered accidentally during evacuation of a hematoma, and successful surgical treatment of these lesions is seldom achieved.
(7) The time of insertion had no effect on the rate of accidental pregnancy (p less than .05).
(8) A case history is presented of a 10-year-old patient, who accidentally injured her maxillary central incisor.
(9) Doctors refuse to discharge 'Baby Asha' because of fears for safety on Nauru Read more It’s understood the baby girl, who is about a year old and is known as Asha, suffered burns when boiling water was accidentally spilt on her on Nauru.
(10) Early charcoal administration may be of value therefore in reducing the toxicity of mefenamic acid after deliberate or accidental overdosage.
(11) The gastrostomy catheter can be easily removed when treatment is ended and conveniently replaced if accidentally dislodged.
(12) Rapid heart beat was found accidentally by auscultation.
(13) This study analyzes data on accidental falls for those aged 65 and older.
(14) There was nothing accidental about Saffiyah Khan’s easy nonchalance, grinning through the spitting rage of Ian Crossland at the EDL rally in Birmingham city centre at the weekend; Ieshia Evans knew there was more power in calm when she approached the police in Baton Rouge last summer.
(15) A deformed hip joint which was accidentally found in a test pig is described.
(16) Nonfatal complications specifically related to splenectomy occurred in 15 per cent of patients with multi-organ injury and in 18 per cent of patients with incidental-accidental splenic removal.
(17) It is concluded that, from the individual's perspective, the influence of situational factors means that part of his consumption is determined by more or less accidental circumstances like the opportunities to drink, the size of the drinking group and group pressure.
(18) But it would be also thinkable that it is an accidental combination of diseases, the number of which increases at growing age.
(19) Active Surveillance decreases the possibility of misidentifying abuse related deaths as accidental, and allows state agencies to follow abuse fatalities, collecting pertinent information and adjusting policy accordingly.
(20) The atherosclerotic involvement of coronary branch vessels (first diagonal, first septal, posterior descending, left and right marginals, conus and the vessels supplying the conduction system) was investigated in 450 apparently healthy subjects aged 11-55 years who died of accidental causes.
(adv.) By mistake.
(1) Two normal variants that could be confused with abnormalities were noted: (a) the featureless appearance of the duodenal bulb may be mistaken for extravasation, and (b) contrastmaterial filling of the proximal jejunal loop at an end-to-end anastomosis with retained invaginated pancreas may be mistaken for intussusception.
(2) I was amazed by the sheer scale of the operation, easily mistaken for a full military assault on a kraken.
(3) If they included a warning in the package ‘tamper resistance’ feature that works by non-Apple-authorised repair services may be mistaken for tampering attempts, and lead to the phone being disabled’, then it would be purely a feature ... By concealing the feature prior to sales, and only even revealing it after being repeatedly pressured over it, Apple turned what could have been a feature into a landmine.” Apple shares have fallen more than 20% in the past three months as investors begin to doubt whether it can maintain the stellar growth posted since the iPhone first went on sale eight years ago.
(4) Generalized reticuloendothelial hyperplasia associated with heavy-chain disease is a poorly recognized complication associated with rheumatoid arthritis and may be mistaken for underlying sepsis in these patients.
(5) Virus in the seed lot was not identified correctly, and the titer of homologous antiserum was mistakenly considered to be low as a result of neutralization tests conducted with the aggregated virus.
(6) When Trump had slept over at the family’s residence in upstate New York, Goldberg’s mother prepared breakfast for him in the morning and mistakenly poured salt instead of sugar all over their guest’s cornflakes.
(7) A fetus may survive an intentional interference with its intrauterine environment (1) if gestational age is mistaken and the procedure of induced abortion does not kill the fetus, (2) if a change of heart takes place after abortifacient drugs are taken and the abortion does not proceed, and (3) if a high-multiple pregnancy is reduced to a singleton or a twin pregnancy to improve the likelihood that the remaining fetuses will reach viability.
(8) I was mistaken for Prince once in Africa when I had a moustache.
(9) Inflammatory pseudotumor of the spleen is an unusual lesion often mistaken preoperatively for other masses.
(10) Reports of mistaken administration of thrombolytic therapy to patients with pericarditis or aortic dissection, other conditions that may be electrocardiographically mimic MI, underscore the potential for error.
(11) Shay Given could have been mistaken for just another Irish tourist on the Algarve until he was forced to work just after the half-hour, saving a couple of long-range strikes by Liam Walker.
(12) In her first major policy intervention, she said on Tuesday that Labour needed to reset its relationship with business , adding that Miliband’s divisional rhetoric of “predators and producers” was mistaken.
(13) But blandness in public should not be mistaken for blandness of character, and there are signs that she is beginning to emerge from the passive role she has been playing.
(14) Based on this evaluation patients were placed into three groups: 23 patients were considered to have or likely to have Progressive Post-Polio Muscular Atrophy (PPPMA); 17 patients were considered to have other post-polio sequelae; and two patients had problems unrelated to a past history of polio but mistaken for post-polio sequelae.
(15) As the authors rightly point out, much of the blame for the failure of directors to act is their mistaken view that maximising shareholder value is a company’s legal obligation or director’s fiduciary responsibility.
(16) Pakistani officials have repeatedly claimed their men were deliberately attacked, saying that it was impossible that they were mistaken for insurgents.
(17) Fixed values for dose per film were mistakenly assumed by UNSCEAR (1972) and used by it and others when deriving risk co-efficients.
(18) If these precautions were not taken, radical adducts were generated ex vivo and could be mistaken for radical adducts generated in vivo and excreted into the bile.
(19) "There's this mistaken idea we were just prancing about in platform shoes and bare bums to go against the grain.
(20) A case of tinea of the pinna, mistaken for chondritis, is presented.