dysfunction


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  • noun

Synonyms for dysfunction

(medicine) any disturbance in the functioning of an organ or body part or a disturbance in the functioning of a social group

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Dysfunction in HIV-positive men is multi-factorial: a study of prevalence and associated factors.
These are tests that experienced neurotologists perform when they evaluate patients with suspected vestibular dysfunction.
Morse's experimentation with and expectations of erectile dysfunction medications aren't uncommon, health care providers say.
Erectile dysfunction may be an early marker of oxidative stress and vascular dysfunction," said Dr.
Coronary risk factors in midlife predict erectile dysfunction 25 years later, according to new data from the Rancho Bernardo Study, Dr.
In April 2000, the Food and Drug Administration approved the first product to treat female sexual dysfunction, which it defines as decreased sexual desire, decreased sexual arousal, pain during intercourse, or inability to climax.
In the second published study, researchers at Tel Aviv University in Israel gave 46 men with erectile dysfunction either 5,000 mg of arginine or a placebo every day for six weeks.
The latest data from the survey, published in this week's edition of the Journal of the American Medical Association, is billed as the first examination of the prevalence of sexual dysfunction among the general U.
Like Alzheimer's disease in people, the diagnosis for cognitive dysfunction in dogs and cats comes after excluding other medical causes.
It has been six months since Pfizer pharmaceuticals unleashed its wonder drug to combat erectile dysfunction on an unsuspecting--albeit receptive--public.
Moreover, a number of studies have found a definite relationship between brain lesions revealed by MRI and intellectual impairment, leaving no doubt that MS can cause intellectual dysfunction in some people.
Data indicates that some persons with cardiac problems may be predisposed to sexual dysfunction prior to evidence of heart disease.
com/research/49zp6c/global_erectile) has announced the addition of the "Global Erectile Dysfunction Epidemiology and Patient Flow Analysis - 2012" report to their offering.