Definitions for "Complications"
when another disease develops in a patient already suffering from a disease.
Measuring devices on watches indicating things other than hours and minutes of current time, such as day, date, month, moon phases, chronometer subdials, power reserve, rotating bezel, heart rate, tides, compass direction, water depth, barometric pressure, altitude, speed (tachymeter), air temperature, etc.
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 split second chronograph.
Harmful effects of diabetes, such as damage to the eyes, nervous system or kidneys. In humans, studies show that keeping blood glucose concentrations, as well as blood pressure and low-density lipoprotein cholesterol concentrations, close to normal can help prevent or delay these problems.
Complications are problems that arise as a result of a medical condition. In the case of diabetes, complications include eye disease (retinopathy), kidney disease (nephropathy), nerve damage (neuropathy), coronary heart disease and stroke.
The long term effects of uncontrolled diabetes on the body.
complications - malignant pleural mesothelioma.
this means that a disease might have long-term or even worse effects than usual, if not treated. Opportunistic infections are also an example of a complication.
Keywords:  exposition, segment, build
a build up segment after the exposition.