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The analysis of secondary factors showed that the symptoms of asthenic syndrome were the most expressed ones, while the symptoms of conversion and aggressive-antisocial syndromes ranged at the same level.
rosea extract for patients with asthenia syndrome, various neuroses, vascular dystonia, hypotension, and asthenic schizophrenia (Mashkovskij 1977; Rhizome and roots of Rhodiola rosea, 1990; Extractum Rhodiolae fluidum 1996).
The test consists of 140 questions and detects the following components of communicative activity: dynamic (natural), sthenic and asthenic, motivational dimension, cognitive dimension, regulatory dimension, productive dimension, as well as two types of communication difficulties.
Tech credits are superb, lensing by Vladimir Pankov (who also shot Muratova's "Asthenic Syndrome") well up to the hehner's exacting standards.
A postural or asthenic roundback--also called a "hunchback"--is a frequent parental complaint, Dr.
A postural or asthenic round-back--also called a "hunchback"--is a frequent parental complaint, Dr.
Two films are given prominent position in Taubman's presentation: Asthenic Syndrome from 1990 and Three Stories from 1997.
Among these systems is disease, which is unique to the "organic individual." As is well known, Schelling draws on Brown to theorize disease, but with the difference: that for Brown sthenic and asthenic diseases (caused by a surplus or deficiency of excitability) are deviations from a norm, while for Schelling, disease is constitutive of the individual organism.
Indeed to sweep these issues under a heavy carpet is to pacify the faint of heart or, as is more likely, to give in to vested interests with agendas that outrightly refuse to consider the enormity of the problem of restoring the meaning of conservatism--or that are intellectually asthenic to own up to the far-reaching consequences of a policy of adhering to silence, backsliding, or indifference.
Prolonged hunger carves the body into what researchers call the asthenic build.
In 228 patients who were treated with VELCADE 1.3 mg/m2/dose in phase II studies, the most commonly reported adverse events were asthenic conditions (65%), nausea (64%), diarrhea (51%), decreased appetite including anorexia (43%), constipation (43%), thrombocytopenia (43%), peripheral neuropathy (37%), pyrexia (36%), vomiting (36%), and anemia (32%).
Writers and readers taking up their vocations in the early 21st century would be well-advised to care for Dorn's writing, not, hardly, as an object of imitation (Dorn's aggression against conformity make such a bandwagon difficult to imagine), but as an irritant and a discomforter, an unflinching, analytic, reactive, erratic, searing, and eccentric place from which to pry and catch some purchase on the asthenic epoch we're responsible for.