anergia


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anergia

(ă-nĕr′jē-ă) [ ¹an- + Gr. ergon, work + -ia]
Inactivity; lack of energy.
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It was found that the two did not differ significantly in any of the variables except anergia. Patients who started smoking after the onset of the illness were found to have significantly higher anergia scores (P = 0.023).
Los resultados de la prueba de PPD en pacientes inmunosuprimidos pueden ser falsamente negativos, debido al tratamiento medicamentoso o a una condicion medica subyacente que cause anergia: el individuo puede estar infectado porM.
Results from a series of individual growth curve models indicated that African American individuals with severe mental illness experienced significantly less improvement in global functioning, activation, and anergia symptoms and were less likely to return to work in the year following hospitalization.
Individuals with CODs, particularly those with an SMI, may experience a lower motivation to change because of their positive symptoms (for example, delusions, hallucinations) and negative symptoms (for example, anergia, avolition), other cognitive limitations, low self-efficacy, or limited external resources and support systems (Carey, Purnine, Maisto, & Carey, 2001; DiClemente et al., 2008; Horsfall, Cleary, Hunt, & Walter, 2009).
The emotional and behavioral changes are numerous but may include emotional labile, agitation, aggression, alexithymia, impulsivity, irritability, and the more passive disturbances such as depression, apathy, and lack of initiative or anergia. These difficulties are often referred to as the cognitive, emotional, and behavioral sequelae.
La funcion fundamental de la coestimulacion en la activacion de las celulas T se refleja en el hecho de que en ausencia de una senal coestimuladora, se induce un estado de anergia celular.