chronic fatigue


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Related to chronic fatigue: fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome

chronic fatigue

Long-continued fatigue not relieved by rest. It is indicative of disease such as tuberculosis, diabetes, or other conditions of altered body metabolism. See: chronic fatigue syndrome
See also: fatigue
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