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Synonyms for failure

the condition of not achieving the desired end

one that fails completely

a cessation of proper mechanical functions

nonperformance of what ought to be done

a marked loss of strength or effectiveness

the condition of being financially insolvent

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Children with Rett syndrome are often profoundly neurologically disabled and have autonomic dysfunction, which has been associated with several gastrointestinal manifestations such as GERD, dysphagia, failure to thrive, and constipation.
Diagnostic classification: The current challenge in failure to thrive syndrome research.
It is similar in some respects to the outlined clinical approach and standardized outpatient evaluation method used at the Arizona Center on Aging to identify common problems causing failure to thrive.
Organic failure to thrive (OFTT) is caused by physical disease.
Patients typically present with diarrhea, persistent vomiting, feeding difficulty and failure to thrive.
Topics covered are anatomy and physiology; the biochemistry of human milk, medications, herbal preparations, and natural products in it, the milk as prophylaxis, collecting and storing it, and milk banking; immunologic and psychological factors; facilitating informed decision making; maternal and infant nutrition and supplements and management; weaning; normal growth, failure to thrive, and obesity; transmission of infectious diseases; premature infants and those with problems; medical complications of the mother; employment and away from home activities; induced lactation, including nursing the adopted baby; reproductive function during lactation; support groups and community resources; and educating and training the medical professional.
An HIV-positive child with marked failure to thrive and a normal CD4 count who turned out to have an oesophageal stricture and is now thriving after oesophageal dilatation.
Several years ago, Paul was appointed by then Worcester Juvenile Court Judge Luis Perez, to be a baby cuddler for children who had failure to thrive at Memorial Hospital.
The most helpful symptoms identified were: (i) persistent, non-remittent coughing or wheezing; (ii) documented failure to thrive despite deworming and food supplementation (if food security is a concern); and (iii) fatigue or reduced playfulness.
ENGLAND'S failure to thrive in limited overs cricket has led to plenty of calls for change.
She had failure to thrive with weight of 9 kg (<5th centile) and height of 84.
The younger the child, the more important it is to identify failure to thrive.
125 1/min) to day 22, before requiring reintroduction of nasopharyngeal continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) due to marked respiratory distress together with failure to thrive.
Toddlers with OSA will have hyperactivity, school-age children will have failure to thrive and poor school performance, and adolescents may present with obesity and excessive daytime sleepiness.
Recurrent viral and fungal infections, failure to thrive, persistent diarrhea, and Pneumocystis carinii infections are associated with defective cell-mediated immunity.
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