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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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Failure to thrive was identified as growth (weight for age) below 3rd centile or weight deceleration that crosses two major percentile lines on a growth chart.
The differential diagnosis of failure to thrive and salt-wasting crisis of an infant should include CAH, hypoaldosteronism, and PHA.
clinical presentation in the literature for GSD 1a is protuberant abdomen and failure to thrive which is similar to the current study documenting as 83% and 64% respectively6,13.
Vitamin B12 deficiency is a rare but treatable cause of neurological disorders, anaemia, and failure to thrive in infants exclusively breastfed by vitamin B12-deficient mothers.
Conclussion: Chronic diarrhoea, failure to thrive, pallor, abdominal distention and iron deficiency anaemia were common modes of presentation.
Stunted growth is often used as a key indicator of failure to thrive as it is very apparent and easy to measure.
In our study, the clinical manifestations (in decreasing order) in the fifteen patients with CD were gastrointestinal, type 1 DM, anemia, short stature or/and failure to thrive and hypothyroidism.
Morrow involvement due to Cbl deficit is associated to the presence of different geriatric syndromes like dizziness and syncope, both related to falls, fear of falling, frailty, and failure to thrive (2).
Copper and zinc blood levels among children with nonorganic failure to thrive.
The loss in FSIQ points was also calculated for a variety of medical conditions, neurodevelopmental disorders, traumatic brain injury, failure to thrive as a result of neglect and abuse, and iron deficiency.
WORCESTER - If the Sharks fail to make the playoffs, one of the items near the top of the autopsy report will be failure to thrive on the power play.
This failure to thrive is placed under the spotlight and scrutinized.
There was a failure to thrive and he was losing weight, not gaining.
Said Anne: "When she came to live with us she had been diagnosed with failure to thrive.
Pathological GOR--also known as gastro-oesophageal reflux disease (GORD) is when reflux is associated with other symptoms like failure to thrive or weight loss, feeding or sleeping problems, chronic respiratory disorders, oesophagitis, haematemesis etc (3)
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