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Synonyms for disorder

Synonyms for disorder

a lack of civil order or peace

an interruption of regular procedure or of public peace

a pathological condition of mind or body

the condition of being sick

to put into total disorder

to put (the hair or clothes) into a state of disarray

to disturb the health or physiological functioning of

Synonyms for disorder

a physical condition in which there is a disturbance of normal functioning

disturb in mind or make uneasy or cause to be worried or alarmed

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Asthma - a multifactorial disorder; trends and recent research 2.
We propose a simple model of a multifactorial disorder, with two genotypes and two levels of environmental exposure, and either additive or multiplicative interactions between them.
Addiction is a complex and multifactorial disorder. The key to recovery lies in following an appropriate medical regimen, not in redefining one's self.
In summary, it is generally conceded that chronic external otitis is a multifactorial disorder. Each of the predisposing factors mentioned here might play a greater or lesser role in the development of this disease process in any given individual, and each of the possible etiologic factors must be kept in mind while the disease is being treated.
The risk of inheriting a multifactorial disorder is lower than the risl of inheriting a single-gene disorder from an affected parent.
As the EHTN is a complex multifactorial disorder, so the raised blood pressure in such studies, could be either attributed to the other genes mainly or it is due to exposure to various environmental factors in causing blood pressure such as BMI.
Anamorelin is a new first-in-class, oral, once daily drug, presently in phase III for the treatment of anorexia-cachexia in NSCLC, a detrimental multifactorial disorder that affects more than 50 percent of people with cancer and in which systemic inflammation, reduced food intake and altered metabolism contribute to loss of muscle mass and reduction of body weight leading to reduced quality of life, functional impairment and decreased survival.
The etiological agent is not entirely responsible for pathological process, so demodicosis is a multifactorial disorder where genetic, immunology, cutaneous ecology, environment, bacteriology and parasitology intervene at various degrees.
That's because no single modality can address enough aspects of this complex, multifactorial disorder, and, after several failed treatment attempts, patients are likely to refuse therapy all together, Dr.
That's because no single modality can possibly address enough aspects of this complex, multifactorial disorder, and, after several failed treatment attempts, patients are likely to refuse therapy all together, Dr.
[5] review the genetic contributions to the global increasing burden of cardiovascular disease, including both monogenic and more common multifactorial disorders. Ramesar [6] provides an introduction to epigenetics--how the genome is controlled and influenced by the environment to maintain the balance between stability and adaptability that is central to our ability to function.
This may partially be explained by the fact that many students included multifactorial disorders such as diabetes mellitus and allergy as hereditary disorders.
Recent studies also suggest a role for vitamin D deficiency in multifactorial disorders, including progressive renal function loss and cardiovascular disease; it is also a risk factor for frailty.
For common multifactorial disorders, such as diabetes, asthma, or non-Mendelian cancer predisposition, this is even more important, because a single genetic test result is less likely to drastically change an individual's overall risk assessment.
Kholkute: Genetic disorders can be classified as monogenic, poly genie and multifactorial disorders. Monogenic disorders are further classified as autosomal dominant, autosomal recessive, sex linked recessive and dominant disorders.
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