pathologic sleep

pathologic sleep

Etymology: Gk, pathos, disease, logos, science; AS, slaep
excessive sleep associated with a neurologic disorder such as encephalitis lethargica, or sleeping sickness.
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5 or higher was defined as pathologic sleep disturbance) was significantly greater in the 2-(77%) and 3-mg (74%) groups than in the placebo group (56%).
Pathologic sleep conditions such as sleep apnea and delayed sleep phase syndrome have their symptomatic onset in adolescence (11).