inappetence


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inappetence

 [in-ap´ĕ-tens]
lack of appetite or desire.

in·ap·pe·tence

(in-ap'ĕ-tens),
Lack of desire or of craving.
[L. in- neg. + ap-peto, pp. -petitus, to strive after, long for (adp-)]

inappetence

(ĭn-ăp′ĭ-təns) also

inappetency

(-tən-sē)
n.
Lack of appetite.

in·ap′pe·tent adj.

in·ap·pe·tence

(in-ap'ĕ-tĕns)
Lack of desire or of craving.
[L. in- neg. + ap-peto, pp. -petitus, to strive after, long for (adp-)]
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She had a history of 15 days of irritation, inappetence and intermittent fever of 39 [degrees]C, and was started on amoxicillin-clavulanate at the primary health center due to radiological diagnosis of bronchopneumonia.
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The Brazilian Inquiry on Oncological Nutrition (IBNO), (10) of the year 2013 developed a screening in adult patients with malignant neoplasia, hospitalized in 45 public and private institutions of the country, and found that the main symptoms present were inappetence, nausea, xerostomia, dysgeusia, constipation, diarrhea and emesis, and only 14.2% of the adults and 12.5% of the elderly had no symptoms, data very close to the findings of the present study.
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We are presenting the case of a 9 year old girl living in an urban area, who was admitted to the pediatric gastroenterology department with subfebrility (37.8[degrees] C), diffuse abdominal pain, semi-consistent stools, intermittent rectal bleeding, and inappetence. We note that the patient was previously diagnosed with ostium secundum atrial septal defect, mitral valve prolapse and IgA deficiency.
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