fatigability


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susceptibility to fatigue

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In patients who are diagnosed during the childhood and adulthood, complaints including easy fatigability and dyspnea may be present and the sign of "Turkish sword" is found on chest X-ray with a rate of 70%.
The results showed that patients with MS cycled longer with the stronger leg, which implies greater fatigability in the weaker leg.
All other symptoms: physical weakness, rapid fatigability, hyperactivity, concentration deficits, aggressiveness, loss of appetite, increased tiredness, listlessness and "other symptoms" also improved.
Myasthenia gravis (MG) is characterised by muscle fatigability, which may be chronic and debilitating.
Four months after the last infusion of IVIG, the patient reported mild 4-limb fatigability after exercise, but results of objective neurologic examination were normal.
Supplementation of patients with coronary heart disease with amaranth oil has been shown to contribute to decrease in body weight, a decrease or disappearance of headaches, weakness, increased fatigability, shortness of breath during physical activity, edema of the legs towards evenings and feeling of intermission of heart function in most patients [10].
The patient was exhibiting one of the more nontraditional symptoms of PHPT: weakness, easy fatigability, depression, and intellectual weariness, all of which have been reported by surgeons as important indications for surgery.
2003) Fatigability and variable-frequency train stimulation of human skeletal muscles.
A 58-year-old newly diagnosed HIV-seropositive antiretroviral therapy (ART)-naive male patient presented with a 3-month history of progressive darkening of the palms of his hands, persistent postural dizziness, fatigability, profound general body weakness, syncope and recurrent episodes of fasting hypoglycaemia.
On neurological examination she had bilateral ptosis, bilateral asymmetrical facial weakness (with involvement of the forehead) and generalised proximal muscle weakness which was characterised by fatigability.
Specific questioning and assessment of the positions that cause the onset of dizziness, the latency and duration of dizziness symptoms, the fatigability of a dizzy episode and observing for the presence of nystagmus can aid differential diagnosis.
Patient history showed no previous fever, bone pain, or malaise, but did indicate easy fatigability after physical activity.
Pain severity by 10-point visual analog scale (VAS), an area of subcutaneous hemorrhage in the zone of femoral great saphenous vein resection (by original 12-point scale) and subjective feelings of limb heaviness and fatigability were evaluated 7, 14 and 30 days after the procedure.
Quite often, these signs are worse later in the day, due to fatigue; one can perform a fatigability test to help with differential diagnosis by asking the patient to look upwards for a while--an increase in ptosis indicates fatigue of the levator muscle.
Dix-Hallpike maneuver triggered mild vertigo and nystagmus immediately with no features of fatigability or lessening of the symptoms with repeated trials/maneuvers.