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Muscle weakness, also known as muscle fatigue, is a direct term for the inability to exert force with one's muscles to the degree that would be expected given the individual's general physical fitness. A test of strength is often used during a diagnosis of a muscular...
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WEAKNESS; Myopathy, Anterior horn cell disease, Neuropathies, Neuromuscular ... Figure 1 The 4 anatomic stations underlying lower motor neuron weakness ...
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Weakness is more notable when it is localized. Localized weakness may follow a stroke, flare up of multiple sclerosis, or injury to a nerve. ...
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A subjective feeling of weakness may be associated with infectious diseases such ... Weakness is more notable when it occurs in only one area of the body (localized ...
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Weakness; Savannah Georgia GA, South Carolina SC St. Joseph_ s/Candler, Savannah Georgia GA, South Carolina SC ... Localized weakness may follow a stroke, ...
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Conditions causing symptom Weakness including possible medical causes, diseases, disorders, and related symptoms. ... of symptom: Weakness: The following ...
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Weakness ... Weakness is more notable when it is localized. Localized weakness may follow a stroke, flare up of multiple sclerosis, or injury to a nerve. ...
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Pronunciation of weakness. weakness synonyms. weakness usage examples and weakness quotes. ... something of which one is immoderately fond candy is my one weakness ...
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Weakness and fatigue are terms that are often used as if they mean the same thing, but in fact they describe two different sensations.
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Weakness - Overview, Weakness is a reduction in the strength of one or more muscles. ... Localized weakness may follow a stroke, flare up of multiple sclerosis, ...
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Weakness is more notable when it is localized. Localized weakness may follow a stroke, flare up of multiple sclerosis, or injury to a nerve. ...
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Information about weakness in the free online English dictionary and encyclopedia. ... inanition, slackness, lethargy, lassitude - weakness characterized by a lack of ...
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Do you really think it is weakness that yields to temptation? ... If America shows uncertainty and weakness in this decade, the world will drift toward tragedy. ...
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Free reference information from The NY Times on symptoms and their causes, home care, the doctor visit, exams and tests, as well as links to related news and features.
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wikiHow article about How to Communicate Your Weaknesses. ... How to Overcome Weakness. Embed this: Republish this entire article on your blog or website. ...
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Weakness is a reduction in the strength of one or more muscles. ... A subjective feeling of weakness may be associated with infectious diseases such ...
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