Terminal Condition

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Definition of "Terminal Condition"

A terminal condition is a condition caused by injury, disease, or illness, from which there is no reasonable medical probability of recovery and which, without treatment, can be expected to cause death.

"Terminal Condition" is referred to in the following legal documents:

Health Care Directive

See also:

Permanent Coma

Persistent Vegetative State