senilism

senilism

 [se´nil-izm]
premature old age.
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[2] JAMA, "Progeria, a form of senilism," Journal of the American Medical Association, vol.
The causative progerin is a possible clue to the control of senilism. The synonym senilis cordis is generally implied for atherosclerotic cardiovascular pathology (cardiac sclerosis) due to the aging process over the age of 60 years.
This section also highlights anti Senilism, legalism, and the impact of external influences on the church from the Roman and pagan cultures.
And, there were Hitler Youth, anti Senilism, and World War II.