from The Century Dictionary.
- In pathology, of or pertaining to adynamia; characterized by or resulting from vital debility; asthenic: as, adynamic fevers; an adynamic condition; the adynamic sinking of typhoid fever.
- In physical, characterized by absence of force.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective (Med.) Pertaining to, or characterized by, debility of the vital powers; weak.
- adjective (Physics) Characterized by the absence of power or force.
- adjective malignant or putrid fevers attended with great muscular debility.
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- adjective Not
dynamic; without strengthor vigor.
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- adjective lacking strength or vigor
- adjective characterized by an absence of force or forcefulness
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We need to complete the single market and create adynamic and greater growth in the EU to help us out of these problems.9.03pm: They've rung the Wall Street bell - where the Dow Jones industrial average finighed 48 points lower at 12422 so down 0.4%, mirroring London's fall.
If during this process negative electrons hold the preponderance in the body, the fever is of a feeble, adynamic type.
There are some who are always suspicions that people are insincere in praise or friendly words; they hate being fooled, they know of no criterion of sincerity and such people are in an adynamic state most of the time.
At will, then, through diminished, normal, or excessive administration of thyroid secretion, we may produce an adynamic, a normal, or an excessively dynamic state.
It is best to begin giving it early and in small quantities: two to six ounces is a moderate amount, eight to twelve ounces daily is not too much for adynamic or complicated cases. '
Boyer, in the tenth volume of his "Treatise on Surgical Affections," gives several examples of this affection not due to age: one case was a person, simultaneously attacked by an adynamic fever and a blennorrhagia, who suffered from gangrene of the penis; the local and constitutional disturbance was not high, however, and the patient escaped with the simple loss of the prepuce.
This disease is the adynamic pneumonia of the older veterinarians, who did not recognize any essential difference in its nature from an ordinary inflammation of the lungs, except in the profound sedation of the force of the animal affected with it, which is a prominent symptom from the outset of the disease.
These fevers of the Orinoco appeared to us to resemble those which prevail every year between New Barcelona, La Guayra, and Porto Cabello, in the vicinity of the sea; and which often degenerate into adynamic fevers.
Cabello, in the vicinity of the sea; and which often degenerate into adynamic fevers.
The calcium-type phosphate binders, which bind dietary phosphate, increase the risk of metastatic calcification in many patients, particularly those taking vitamin D analogs and those with adynamic bone disease.