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Necessary and sufficient conditions - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (908 words)
In logic, the words necessary and sufficient describe problems that consist between propositions or states of affairs, if one is incidental on the other.
A necessary and sufficient condition, then, is one which when working with others, must happen, and is all that needs to happen, for something else to be the case.
"Being a rectangle is necessary for being a square", yet "being a rectangle is NOT sufficient for being a square".
Necessary Surgery: Encyclopedia of Surgery (643 words)
Necessary surgery is a term that refers both to a medical requirement for the surgery determined by a physician and to an insurance plan's inclusion of the surgery in the covered conditions.
Necessary surgery refers to surgical procedures that pertain to a condition that cannot be treated by other methods and, if left untreated, would threaten the life of the patient, fail to repair or improve a body function, increase the patient's pain, or prevent the diagnosis of a serious or painful condition.
Not all necessary surgery is absolutely required until the patient is satisfied that he or she has all the information needed to opt for surgery.
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