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necessary

adj., adv. 1) essential. 2) less forcefully, it can mean convenient, useful, or making good sense.

necessary

(Inescapable), adjective avoidless, certain, choiceless, compelling, constraining, decided, decreed, designated, destined, expected, fated, fateful, fixed, imminent, impending, ineluctable, ineludible, inexorable, irresistible, irrevocable, ordained, sealed, settled, sure, unalterable, unavoidable, uncontrollable, undeniable, unevasible, unpreventable
Associated concepts: necessary damages, necessary exxenses, necessary implication, necessary inference, necessary injury

necessary

(Required), adjective all-important, basic, binding, bounden, chief, coercive, compelling, critical, crucial, demanded, dictated, essential, expedient, fundamental, imperative, important, incumbent, indispensable, integral, key, mandatory, necessitated, necessitous, needed, obligatory, paramount, prerequisite, prescribed, prime, principal, requisite, significant, strategic, strategical, substantive, urgent, vital
Associated concepts: necessary parties

necessary

noun essence, essential, essentiality, innispensable thing, necessitas, necessitousness, necessitude, necessity, need, prerequirement, prerequisite, qualification, requirement, requisite, vitals
Associated concepts: duty to provide necessaries, necessaries of life
See also: basic, binding, cardinal, central, compelling, compulsory, desideratum, essential, exigent, fundamental, imperative, important, indispensable, inevitable, integral, mandatory, material, need, obligatory, peremptory, primary, requirement, requisite, unavoidable, urgent
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Blue Shield of California, the Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit concluded that the Parity Act mandates coverage of all medically necessary treatment for the nine specifically listed mental illnesses.
Later, he visited the SZMCH with his infected wound in the start of December and was provided necessary treatment, the sources said.
Some 132 patients were admitted in hospitals while 89 patients were being discharged after giving necessary treatment.
Amman, Shawwal 20, 1438, Jul 14, 2017, SPA -- The Saudi specialized clinics have provided the necessary treatment for 3313 Syrian patients in the 236th week of their activities since their inception inside Al-Zaatari refugee camp, Jordan.
Those who were found to have contracted the disease were referred to medical centers, where they received the necessary treatment.
The ministry had ordered that the endocrinology doctor, who was transferred to the Al Bashir Government Hospital in Amman, be put under observation and undergo the necessary treatment and checkups.
A statement by the Ministry of Defense said "that based on the receipt of minute intelligence information by the Command of Samarra Operations sources, a force of the Command managed of the liberation of four kidnapped people in Rihaneh area southwest Dujail," noting that "the force evacuated the abductees to the headquarters of the force, to receive the necessary treatment as they were subjected to torture by the kidnappers .
To establish medical camp twice a month at Dar-ul-Aman during every month, Commissioner directed administration to write the Medical Superintendent of the Civil Hospital, as child specialists and other specialist doctors may be sent to Dar-ul-Aman for provision of every necessary treatment facility to women and their children residing there, for bringing betterment and a change at Dar-ul-Aman Sukkur by making NGOs cooperation fruitful.
Of the injured, three have been discharged from the hospital after receiving the necessary treatment while four others are still under observation.
Medical staff at the hospital said that necessary treatment has been given and her condition is stable now.
UN experts, in a statement on the existence of prisoners of conscience in Iran, warned that they are suffering serious health problems exacerbated by the continued detention and frequent refusal by the Iranian authorities to allow them access to medical facilities to receive necessary treatment promptly, and asserted that the denial of health care and incarceration of people, in overcrowded prisons and maltreatment result in prisoners serious injuries and death.