dysorexia

dysorexia

 [dis″o-rek´se-ah]
impaired or deranged appetite.

dys·o·rex·i·a

(dis'ō-rek'sē-ă),
Diminished or perverted appetite.
[dys- + G. orexis, appetite]

dysorexia

/dys·orex·ia/ (-o-rek´se-ah) impaired or deranged appetite.

dysorexia

[dis′ôrek′sē·ə]
1 an eating disorder associated with emotional or psychological impairment.
2 a diminished, disordered, or unnatural appetite.

dysorexia

A rarely used, generic term for an eating disorder; it is not used in the working medical parlance.

dys·o·rex·i·a

(dis'ōr-ek'sē-ă)
Diminished or perverted appetite, associated with emotional or psychological disorders.
[dys- + G. orexis, appetite]

dysorexia

Any abnormality of the appetite.

dys·o·rex·i·a

(dis'ōr-ek'sē-ă)
Diminished or disordered appetite.
[dys- + G. orexis, appetite]

dysorexia

impaired or deranged appetite.
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The vestibular syndrome appeared suddenly, but the weight loss observed over 1 week suggests dysorexia several days before the head tilt.