(n.) A condition of the body, or mind, when its voluntary functions are performed with difficulty, and only by a strong exertion of the will; languor; debility; weariness.
(1) Adverse effects are mostly those related to hormone withdrawal, namely, impotence, infertility, and lassitude.
(2) Consecutive man-of-the-match performances against Greece and Ivory Coast helped Colombia brush aside the lassitude that swamped the country’s World Cup preparations after injury to their talismanic striker Falcao .
(3) The emancipation of children, the anxieties sometimes caused by the age of the parents, the lack of interest which society has in the 50 years old woman, but which it very readily takes in the old woman, conjugal lassitude, the lack of comprehension of those around her, very often bring such women to the doctor, who should know not only how to palliate the oestrogen deficiency, and the organic disorders, but also show evidence of a certain psychological understanding.
(4) Twenty workers promptly developed symptoms (e.g., nausea, vomiting, abdominal discomfort, diarrhea, giddiness, lassitude, headache, cough, shortness of breath) that typically lasted a few hours but persisted 1-2 days in 7 cases.
(5) A 46-year-old man, presenting with headache, nausea, and lassitude, was diagnosed as having diabetes mellitus and hyponatremia, and admitted to Tohoku University Hospital.
(6) 24 out of 30 employees at the X-ray department in Molde were shown to have health problems related to their work, including symptoms relating to the eyes, the upper and lower respiratory tract, and headache and lassitude.
(7) Abdominal or rectal pain and lassitude were the other main symptoms.
(8) A Senate leadership aide at the time, stunned by what she considered White House lassitude, explained why even people inclined to help Obama would vote against the measure: Obama had decreed Guantánamo be closed without presenting lawmakers with a specific plan they could defend to skeptical constituents.
(9) To fall back into the lassitude of the last 12 years, to talk, to discuss, to debate but never act; to declare our will but not enforce it; to combine strong language with weak intentions, a worse outcome than never speaking at all.
(10) HVA levels correlated positively with social interest and total positive scores on the Nurses Observation Scale for Inpatient Evaluation (NOSIE-30) and negatively with lassitude and slowness of movements on the Comprehensive Psychopathological Rating Scale (CPRS).
(11) Lethal doses of enterotoxin of Clostridium welchii (perfringens) type A injected intravenously into young fowls caused immediate lassitude, with partial recovery, followed by death seven to 35 h after inoculation.
(12) We found clinical symptoms of fever, chills, headache, abdominal pain, disturbances in bowel function, nausea, vomiting, anorexia, and lassitude in the first two weeks more frequently when compared with the 3rd, 4th, 5th weeks of illness (p less than 0.001).
(13) She was admitted to our hospital for her gradual onset of fatigue, lassitude.
(14) Side effects including dizziness, headache, abdominal discomfort, nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea, lassitude, arthralgia, sleepiness, cramps and hot sensation were the complaints from 80% of adults and 40% of children.
(15) We only observed, for one or two days, lassitude, headache, drowsiness, nausea, epigastric pain or arthralgia-myalgia, always of weak or moderate intensity and for 1 or 2 days.
(16) A 46-year-old man experienced weakness, lassitude, and vague, aching abdominal pain in the right upper quadrant.
(17) By the end of the study, a statistically significant improvement in three subjective parameters, ie, lassitude, the ability to concentrate in school, and mood was reported by the girls who ingested iron compared with the controls.
(18) A 17-year old-male presented with a 6-week history of weight loss, lassitude and calf pains.
(19) Anorexia, lassitude and severe diarrhoea were seen in 14 of the infected sheep after 21-26 days.
(20) The concurrence of hypertension combined with hypokalemia and revealing subjective symptoms such as paresthesia, muscular weakness and lassitude can suggest this infrequent diagnosis.
(a.) Having lost motion, or the power of exertion and feeling; numb; benumbed; as, a torpid limb.
(a.) Dull; stupid; sluggish; inactive.
(1) With the cultures of mycoplasmas obtained from the eyes of human patients suffering from sympathetic ophthalmia, it was possible to produce the same symptoms in chickens as were described by the author in 1950 in sympathizing and sympathized human eyes, namely: torpid uveitis and papillitis, which dragged on for months, and affected not only the inoculated right eye, but also, after 3 weeks and more, the untouched left eye.
(2) In the absence of the effect, two latter variants of ulcers should be treated in the same way as primary torpid ulcers.
(3) Torpid facial ulcerations may occur as a result of lesions involving the trigeminal fibers.
(4) However, the slope of the relationship between C' and BM is almost 4-fold greater for normothermic than for torpid animals.
(5) The installation promotes acceleration of the correct diagnosis under the torpid and chronic inflammatory processes in the urethra.
(6) Obese mice were also torpid during the dark phase, whereas lean mice were active and had a normal body temperature at this time.
(7) The torpid type was significantly more frequently observed in patients with subclinical (asymptomatic) hymenolepiasis course than in patients with its clinical manifestation.
(8) The amount of secretion, hydrochloric acid, pepsin, and gastromuco-protein were decreased, the secretory effect being more slowly developed, the torpid secretion type being observed.
(9) On the whole, MBF is a benign condition; however, torpid forms are increasingly reported.
(10) The authors examined 120 patients with schizophrenia (torpid and paroxysmal-progressive) whose disease at different stages of its course was complicated by exogenous impacts (head trauma in 66 cases, neuroinfection in 15, intoxication in 16 and vascular brain disease in 23).
(11) All hormone levels were lower in torpid toads, which were found underground 1 week before the start of the breeding migration, than in active toads in the breeding season, although the levels were higher than those in the other months.
(12) On the basis of these findings a conclusion can be drawn that most of the cases of schizophrenia manifested in old age by the syndrome of involutional paranoid belong to a group of diseases with an early onset, prolonged torpid or latent course, and with increased progression of the process in advanced age.
(13) Because all species underwent seasonal changes in their patterns of hibernation, animals were compared in mid-winter when the duration of euthermic intervals was short and relatively constant and when the duration of torpid intervals was at its longest.
(14) The clinical picture was rather torpid, with a body temperature below 38 degrees C in 42 p. 100 of the cases, which delayed the diagnosis: the mean time interval between onset and diagnosis was 20 days.
(15) The authors consider it desirable that the following forms of this condition be singled out as a nosologic entity: (1) atopic neurodermatitis, a hereditary disease with characteristic immunologic shifts; (2) chronic diffuse neurodermatitis of adults, a disease developed by subjects without atopic anamnesis, characterized by a torpid course; remissions and exacerbations are not season-associated; (3) chronic local neurodermatitis, a disease with a typical morphology in foci of involvement, with prolonged remissions following intensive local therapy.
(16) The torpid process of chronic bronchitis, the two-phase pattern of the disease, dyspnea at 3-4 month intervals, intermissions, edema and failure of complex therapy with antibiotics and cardiac glycosides provided a tentative diagnosis of Legionella pneumonia with affection of the myocardium.
(17) Winter outdoor animals experiencing normal torpidity, however, exhibited reduced ATPase activity by about 50%.
(18) The patients with the left lesion were more characterized by psychastheniclike features, motor inhibition with marked rigidity and emotive poverty, torpidity of affects, hypochondriasis, readiness for overvalued formations.
(19) Herpes type infections in AIDS patients tend to be more severe, generalized and have a torpid evolution.
(20) Body contact with euthermic nestmates warmed torpid marmots passively.