neuromyasthenia


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neu·ro·my·as·the·ni·a

(nū'rō-mī-as-thē'nē-ă),
Obsolete term for muscular weakness, usually of emotional origin.
[neuro- + G. mys, muscle, + a- priv. + sthenos, strength]

neu·ro·my·as·the·ni·a

(nūr'ō-mī-as-thē'nē-ă)
Obsolete term for muscular weakness due to a neurologic or psychological disorder.
[neuro- + G. mys, muscle, + a- priv. + sthenos, strength]
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Today, scientists point to Epstein-Barr as a possible culprit of chronically active-state diseases, such as neuromyasthenia (muscular weakness), polymyalgia rheumatica (pain and stiffness in muscles), and chronic fatigue syndrome.
Sporadic post-infectious neuromyasthenia. Canadian Medical Association Journal, 133, 659-663.
In 1965, mercury vapor exposure from paint may have been the cause of a cluster of neuromyasthenia cases (with symptoms including headache, weakness, tremor, unsteady gait, and depression) in workers in an electronics factory (8).