Definitions for "Complication"
A watch with other functions besides timekeeping. For example, a chronograph is a watch complication. Other complications coveted by watch collectors include: minute repeater, tourbillon, perpetual calendar, or slpit second chronograph.
an additional mechanism in a timepiece that already tells the hours, seconds, and minutes
Highly prized and almost always a signal of a complex, expensive movement, a complication refers to an additional mechanism(s) in a watch movement. Examples of complications include chronographs, perpetual calendars, and moon phase displays.
An unexpected difficulty which interferes with the resolution of the dramatic problem.
a plot event that complicates or tightens the tension of a film
A problem arising from a procedure or operation.
Keywords:  kom, undesired, shun, stay, unrelated
A disease or diseases, or adventitious circumstances or conditions, coexistent with and modifying a primary disease, but not necessarily connected with it.
an undesirable effect of a disease or its treatment.
A medical condition that arises during treatment and in the hospital setting that is expected to increase the length of stay by at least one day for most patients.
Any problem that can arise during or after surgery. Complications can be transient (short-lived) or permanent. They can be minor or serious. They can be obvious or hidden. Doctors speak of complications in terms of the risk of having that complication. Risk is usually given as a percentage of chance of a given problem happening within a given time frame
a development that complicates a situation; "the court's decision had many unforeseen ramifications"
an unforeseen problem that occurs during or after surgery, such as internal bleeding or injury to a healthy organ
The act or process of complicating; the state of being complicated; intricate or confused relation of parts; entanglement; complexity.
a situation or condition that is complex or confused; "her coming was a serious complication"
puzzling complexity
Keywords:  unnoticed, recurrent, injury, leg
a recurrent or an unnoticed injury to the leg
Keywords:  noun
A series of difficulties forming the central action in a narrative.
Condition that adds to the seriousness of an existing illness.
Keywords:  rising, action, see
See rising action.
Keywords:  severe, loss, blood
a severe loss of blood