inappetence


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inappetence

 [in-ap´ĕ-tens]
lack of appetite or desire.

in·ap·pe·tence

(in-ap'ĕ-tens),
Lack of desire or of craving.
[L. in- neg. + ap-peto, pp. -petitus, to strive after, long for (adp-)]

inappetence

/in·ap·pe·tence/ (in-ap´it-ins) lack of appetite or desire.

inappetence

(ĭn-ăp′ĭ-təns) also

inappetency

(-tən-sē)
n.
Lack of appetite.

in·ap′pe·tent adj.

in·ap·pe·tence

(in-ap'ĕ-tĕns)
Lack of desire or of craving.
[L. in- neg. + ap-peto, pp. -petitus, to strive after, long for (adp-)]

inappetence

partial lack of appetite or desire contrasted to anorexia. Presence is inferred in animals which have depressed food intake.
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Various clinical signs such as fever, occasional shivering, inappetence, urticarial swelling, lethargy, going down in condition and edema of pads were observed in some infected cases.
Another case from Czech Republic, an 11-months-old male Golden Retriever developed the acute onset of fever, lameness, inappetence, depression, ataxia and reluctance to move, was diagnosed within Anaplasma phagocytophilum infection.
Clinical signs observed in white leghorn chicks after inoculation were inappetence, ruffled feathers, white watery diarrhea, depression, and death.
Career requires stability and continuity, while uncertainty creates chaos, inappetence of performance and lack of commitment, affiliation to the team.
Knemidocoptidae are mange mites that cause alopecia, acanthosis, hyperkeratosis, pruritus, feather damage, inappetence, and sometimes death in birds (1,2).
The disease characterized by fever inappetence anemia jaundice and some time sudden death (Sei et al.
A detailed clinical examination was performed and clinical signs like onset and duration of high body temperature, color and duration of passing dark colored urine, texture of the faeces, and signs of colic, malaise, depression, inappetence, debility, and loss in endurance and stamina of game horses was noted.
The clinical signs of acute infected animals are enlargement of lymph nodes that drain the site or area of tick infestation, anorexia, high heart frequency, inappetence, weakness, ceasing of rumination, decreased milk production, conjunctivitis, nasal and ocular discharge, lacrimation, diarrhea and hemoglobinuria.
Inappetence is also a clinical sign of kidney disease, liver failure and infection.
The first was by Omer and Adam 1999, where they reported that the use of 1 or 5 g plant resin/kg/day caused grinding of teeth, salivation, soft feces, inappetence, jaundice, dyspnea, ataxia and recumbency in Nubian goat kids.
It is common for children between one and six years to present food inappetence, which is associated with decreased growth rate and also to behavioral factors, when the child stops eating for attention, among other reasons.