fatigability


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fatigability

 [fat″ĭ-gah-bil´ĭ-te]
easy susceptibility to fatigue.

fat·i·ga·bil·i·ty

(fă-tēg'ă-bil'i-tē), Avoid the misspelling fatiguability and the mispronunciation fatig'ability.
A condition in which fatigue is easily induced.

fat·i·ga·bil·i·ty

(fat'i-gă-bil'i-tē)
A condition in which fatigue is easily induced.
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Therefore, a strength-matched gender comparison would determine if any gender difference found in the fatigability of the forearm muscles was due to differences in absolute strength.
Physical fatigability and exercise capacity in chronic fatigue syndrome: Association with disability, somatization, and psychopathology.
The disease is generally mild, with fatigability being the main symptom.
Clinical features included weakness, malaise, easy fatigability, fever, bleeding complications, pallor, splenomegaly and syndrome specific features in 2 patients.
Data for the three factors were needed to understand the muscle contraction and fatigability of the gastrocnemius muscle for each treatment concentration.
Both share similar symptoms, including easy fatigability, tiredness, and alteration in appetite and weight.
of cases present with symptoms of pallor and generalised weakness (100%) followed by easy fatigability (72.5%), fever (54.9%), altered behaviour (19.6%) and tingling sensation (8%) were found in vitamin B12 deficiency.
Multiple assessments of skeletal muscle function and fatigability are being performed in the study, including respiratory assessments, upper limb strength and functionality for non-ambulatory patients, as well as six-minute walk and timed-up-and-go for ambulatory patients.
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During later stages, they can already have bleeding in the stools (hematochezia) and anemia, leading to easy fatigability, shortness of breath, and weight loss.
More focus on the history, and examination of the muscular system uncovered that the child has baseline easy fatigability which progresses over the day.
Our study shows that injection of either AQP4 peptide or NMO-Ig to naive mice caused increased fatigability and that the same agents' administered to EAMG mice significantly increased disease severity mediated by muscle weakness.