Adynamia
Adynamia Ad`y*na"mi*a, n. [NL. adynamia, fr. Gr. ? lack of strength; ? priv + ? power, strength.] (Med.) Considerable debility of the vital powers, as in typhoid fever. --Dunglison. [1913 Webster]

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  • Adynamia — means lack of strength or vigor due to a pathological condition. It is often associated with a range of neurological diseases such as multiple sclerosis.References1. http://www.wrongdiagnosis.com/medical/adynamia.htm …   Wikipedia

  • adynamia — [ā΄dī nā′mē ə, ad΄i nā′mē ə] n. 〚ModL < Gr < a , without + dynamis, power〛 Med. lack of vital force as a result of illness; debility adynamic [ad΄inam′ik, ā΄dīnam′ik] adj. * * * ad·y·na·mi·a (ăd ə nāʹmē ə) n. Loss of strength or vigor, usually… …   Universalium

  • adynamia — [ā΄dī nā′mē ə, ad΄i nā′mē ə] n. [ModL < Gr < a , without + dynamis, power] Med. lack of vital force as a result of illness; debility adynamic [ad΄inam′ik, ā΄dīnam′ik] adj …   English World dictionary

  • adynamia — noun Lack or loss of strength, usually due to a disease …   Wiktionary

  • adynamia — 1. SYN: asthenia. 2. Lack of motor activity or strength. 3. Obsolete term for paralytic ileus of the intestine. [G. a priv. + dynamis, power] a. episodica hereditaria hyperkalemic periodic paralysis, without myotonia. See entries under paralysis …   Medical dictionary

  • adynamia — n. lack of strength, weakness …   English contemporary dictionary

  • adynamia — ady·nam·ia …   English syllables

  • adynamia — /ˌeɪdaɪˈneɪmiə/ (say .ayduy naymeeuh), /ædə / (say aduh ) noun weakness; debility; asthenia. {Greek} …   Australian English dictionary

  • adynamia — noun lack of strength or vigor (especially from illness) • Hypernyms: ↑weakness …   Useful english dictionary

  • Адинамия — (adynamia, от греч. a нет, отрицание + dynamus си ла) – прекращение двигательной активности организма или от дельных органов, правильнее акинезия …   Словарь терминов по физиологии сельскохозяйственных животных

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