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deteriorate

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to become lower in quality, character, or condition

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Other symptoms are nausea and vomiting, loss of appetite, low-grade fever that may worsen as the illness progresses, constipation or diarrhoea, abdominal bloating and flatulence.
MMDA General Manager Jojo Garcia earlier clarified that the traffic worsen because there was a confusion on the ground when even provincial buses were prevented from plying the tunnels and flyovers and ordered to ply the yellow lane.
When they published the quote, they changed the language of the last sentence from "worsens the problem" to "risks worsening the problem." Compounding the uproar, which was international news for several days, the Vatican information service then changed the words back days later.
Chief executive Terry Duddy said trading had "worsened in the turbulent recent weeks".
However, in athletes with high sweat sodium concentrations (>100 mmol/L) (63) or high urinary sodium losses from inappropriate AVP secretion and water retention (>400 mOsm/L) (22,23,46) sodium losses may play a secondary role in the pathogenesis of EAH by either of two potential mechanisms: 1) hypovolemia produced by losses of sodium and water from sweating can act as a stimulus to AVP secretion, producing a secondary retention of water, as is seen medically in some cases of diuretic-induced hyponatremia (64); 2) sodium losses themselves can worsen the degree of hyponatremia, although in most cases not nearly as much as water retention (20) when summed up over time.
Asymptomatic EAH is a contraindication for the administration of intravenous normal saline, which can worsen the degree of hyponatremia and fluid overload in some cases.
Dancers should see their doctors if their injury worsens or if they want to take the medications beyond that time.
What may start off as mild discomfort in the foot and shin may worsen to the point where the dancer must take six weeks off.
The authors report that this nonhabituating behavior worsens with age, as they are more pronounced in 4-month-old mice than in 2-month-old mice.
Generally, if just a tenth of one degree worsens symptoms, improvement occurs with an equivalent lowering."
Suppose your MS worsens within thirty-six months of completing the trial work period?
Camacho's condition has worsened and his family is deciding whether to keep him on life support, the (http://msn.foxsports.com/boxing/story/hector-macho-camacho-condition-worsens-after-shooting-in-puerto-rico-112112) Associated Press reported.