fatigability


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fatigability

 [fat″ĭ-gah-bil´ĭ-te]
easy susceptibility to fatigue.

fat·i·ga·bil·i·ty

(fă-tēg'ă-bil'i-tē), Avoid the misspelling fatiguability and the mispronunciation fatig'ability.
A condition in which fatigue is easily induced.

fatigability

/fat·i·ga·bil·i·ty/ (fat″ĭ-gah-bil´it-e) easy susceptibility to fatigue.

fatigability

[fat′igəbil′itē]
a tendency to become tired or exhausted quickly or easily. It may occur in certain types of cells that undergo periods of excessive activity.

fat·i·ga·bil·i·ty

(fat'i-gă-bil'i-tē)
A condition in which fatigue is easily induced.

fatigability

easy susceptibility to fatigue.
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Cardiac complaints were chest pain (n=3), easy fatigability (n=3), palpitation (n=2), and chest pain with palpitation (n=1).
This is often manifested as easy fatigability and a reduction in muscle mass, particularly in the legs.
There was a concern previously, because of fatigability and weakness, that to overexert yourself might be a bad thing," she said.
The slowness comes from increased reaction time, delayed correction of an inaccurate attempt, prolonged time to recommence correct movement, and easy fatigability.
The reduction in clapping frequency and force production as the escape responses progressed is in agreement with the fatigability of the phasic adductor muscle identified by Olson & Marsh (1993).
A 68-year-old man (patient 1) with easy fatigability presented with leukocytosis (55.
Iannaccone reports that failure to thrive in infants and older children with SMA may occur as a result of a weak suck, unprotected airway, or easy fatigability (3).
One month before admission, he developed a slightly purulent cough streaked with blood, subjective fevers, night sweats, malaise, easy fatigability and anorexia.
Specifically, headache was the most frequently reported symptom (48 percent), closely followed by easy fatigability (46.
The association between dorsal wrist pain or fatigability and an os styloideum is known as carpal bossing (carpe bossu disease).
This 48-year-old male presented to us with weight loss for 4 months and fever, headache and easy fatigability for 1 month.