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Referring to a state of prolonged underuse of muscles, which may trigger a cycle of increasing disability.
Referring to a musculoskeletal group that had previously been trained for a particular activity, but which has been underused or under-exercised.
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deconditionedNeurology adjective Referring to a musculoskeletal group that had previously been trained for a particular activity–eg, pole vaulting, cross-country running, etc, which has been underutilized, or suffered prolonged disuse. See Conditioned.
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