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  • noun medicine Having a medical condition in which fatigue is easily induced; easily susceptible to fatigue.

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  • noun susceptibility to fatigue; a tendency to get tired or lose strength

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  • In addition, 17 patients had excessive fatigability or exercise intolerance and several children had abnormal physical exam findings including six with facial dysmorphism, four with microcephaly, four with macrocephaly, and five with growth retardation.

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  • Spectral and entropy changes for back muscle fatigability following spinal stabilization exercises, pg.

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  • Abnormalities in the circulatory system, such as those that result from aging or a disease like chronic heart failure, can impair oxygen delivery to the skeletal muscle and increase fatigability during physical activity, Copp said.

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  • Spectral and entropy changes for back muscle fatigability following spinal stabilization exercises, pg.

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  • Postpoliomyelitis Syndrome (PPS) is a complex of late onset neuromuscular symptoms with new or increased muscle weakness and muscle fatigability as key symptoms.

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  • Spectral and entropy changes for back muscle fatigability following spinal stabilization exercises, pg.

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  • Abnormalities in the circulatory system, such as those that result from aging or a disease like chronic heart failure, can impair oxygen delivery to the skeletal muscle and increase fatigability during physical activity, Copp said.

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  • Spectral and entropy changes for back muscle fatigability following spinal stabilization exercises, pg.

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  • Abnormalities in the circulatory system, such as those that result from aging or a disease like chronic heart failure, can impair oxygen delivery to the skeletal muscle and increase fatigability during physical activity, Copp said.

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  • Fatigue • Easy fatigability with mild exertion is common • Other causes - Anemia -

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