cachectic


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ca·chec·tic

(kă-kek'tik),
Relating to or suffering from cachexia.

cachectic

(kə-kĕk′tĭk)
adj.
Affected by or relating to cachexia.

ca·chec·tic

(kă-kek'tik)
Relating to or suffering from cachexia.
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Syndromes of cardiac cachexia and the cachectic heart.
Therefore, whether cachectic muscle retains the anabolic plasticity to treatment therapies is clinically relevant and could greatly impact a cancer patient's survival.
Rosa et al., "Exercise training decreases adipose tissue inflammation in cachectic rats," Hormone and Metabolic Research, vol.
The patients' appearance was cachectic and had noted progressive loss of weight and had anorexia.
Except for a slightly cachectic appearance, the physical examination was unremarkable.
Unfortunately, we were not able to ascertain whether this discrepancy was due to a simple exercise-induced leaner mass rather than a more cachectic state: no visible signs or discomfort or stress was though detected, except for polyuria in the diabetic mice.
He was apathetic, dehydrated, and cachectic. His weight (4000 g) was almost the same as at the time of delivery.
BIVA comprises four different parameters, namely eutrophic, lean, cachectic, and obese and athletic (definitions of these parameters, provided by Piccoli et al.
Olanzapine has been shown to significantly reduce refractory nausea and can cause weight gain and improved appetite, which benefits cachectic patients.
There are certain problems related to creatinine estimation in a muscular person with high creatinine excretion rates, albumin excretion will be underestimated and in a cachectic patient it will be overestimated7.
By using Ingenuity Pathways Analysis software, I have analyzed the cancer cachexia-specific genes, found previously by others, and discovered a specific signaling pathway altered in muscles of cachectic rats.
AK-15 Dead at collection KU244266 AK-40 Dead at collection KU244267 AK-42 Cachectic, paresis, KU244268 unable to fly, nystagmus, intermittent seizures ([approximately equal to] 10 s), spontaneous vocalization, aggressiveness, biting, died shortly after capture AK-74 Dead at collection KU244269 * APHA, Animal and Plant Health Agency; ID, identification.