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  • 81visually-impaired — /ˈvɪʒjuəli ɪmˌpɛəd/ (say vizhyoohuhlee im.paird) adjective → vision impaired …

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  • 82visually impaired attendant service —    Service that extends the normal visual signals on an attendant console with special tactile devices and/or audible signals to enable a visually impaired person to function as an attendant …

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  • 83dual sensory impaired — adjective Being deafblind …

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  • 84visually impaired — 1. adjective Being blind. 2. noun Blind people (collectively) …

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  • 85living impaired — adjective Dead …

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  • 86hearing-impaired — hearing im,paired adjective unable to hear as well as most people can. Many people now prefer this word to deaf …

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  • 87being impaired — being damaged, injury, being diminished, reduction of capability …

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  • 88hearing impaired — hard of hearing, somewhat deaf …

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  • 89visually impaired — has a vision defect, has a vision problem …

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  • 90hearing-impaired — UK / US adjective unable to hear as well as most people can. Many people now prefer this word to deaf …

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  • 91hearing-impaired — /ˈhɪərɪŋ ɪmpɛəd/ (say hearring impaird) adjective 1. Medicine deficient in the ability to hear, ranging from profound hearing loss to moderate hearing loss. 2. of or relating to a person with hearing loss (opposed to deaf) …

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  • 92visually impaired person — noun someone who has inferior vision • Hypernyms: ↑person, ↑individual, ↑someone, ↑somebody, ↑mortal, ↑soul • Hyponyms: ↑aphakic, ↑blind person, ↑ …

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  • 93IGT — impaired glucose tolerance * * * impaired glucose tolerance (see glucose tolerance test). * * * impaired glucose tolerance …

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  • 94Poor ovarian reserve — Impaired ovarian reserve (aka poor ovarian reserve or declining ovarian reserve) is a condition of low fertility characterized by low numbers of remaining oocytes in the ovaries. Quality of the eggs (oocytes) may also be impaired as a 1989 study… …

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  • 95Blindness, night — Impaired vision in dim light and in the dark, due to impaired function of specific vision cells (namely, the rods) in the retina. The ability of our eyes to quickly view objects as they shift from light to dark areas and the ability to see in dim …

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  • 96Night blindness — Impaired vision in dim light and in the dark, due to impaired function of specific vision cells (namely, the rods) in the retina. The ability of our eyes to quickly view objects as they shift from light to dark areas and the ability to see in dim …

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  • 97Nyctanopia — Impaired vision in dim light and in the dark, due to impaired function of the rods in the retina. Night blindness is a classic finding from deficiency of vitamin A. Nyctanopia is also known as day sight, nocturnal amblyopia, nyctalopia. * * * SYN …

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  • 98dyspepsia — Impaired gastric function or “upset stomach” due to some disorder of the stomach; characterized by epigastric pain, sometimes burning, nausea, and gaseous eructation. SYN: gastric indigestion. [dys + G. pepsis, di …

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  • 99hypomnesia — Impaired memory. Cf.:hypermnesia. [hypo + G. mneme, memory] * * * hy·pom·ne·sia .hī (.)päm nē zh(ē )ə n impaired memory …

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  • 100Akinesia — Impaired body movement; without movement (or without much movement). Akinesia is a term used in neurology to denote the absence (or poverty) of movement. The word akinetic comes from the prefix a meaning without + the Greek word kinesis meaning… …

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