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Repetitive stimulation of peripheral nerves with electromyography (EMG) may also demonstrate progressively diminished action potentials or fatigability in up to 90% of cases of generalised MG.
Central positional vertigo demonstrates mild vertigo and nystagmus immediately with no features of fatigability or lessening of the symptoms even with repeated Dix-Hallpike maneuver.
When her past history was detailed, it was learned that she had easy fatigability, dry skin, constipations, reduced exercise capacity and academic performance since one year.
In the form of red ginseng, in which Panax ginseng root has been steamed before drying, oral administration of 6 g daily for 30 days was found to improve psychological scores on the Cornell Medical Index psychosomatic state and fatigability scales, p<0.
As a severe chronic illness, MS is characterized by a "wide array of symptoms including weakness, fatigability, loss of sensation, visual impairment, lack of coordination, spasticity, bladder disturbances, sexual dysfunction, and cognitive changes" (Devins & Shnek, 2000, p.
3%) * Chest pain, easy fatigability, palpitation and chest pain with palpitation ** Cataract, polydactyly, amelia and multiple congenital malformations Table 3.
The prodromal phase is characterized by typical generalizable symptoms such as general malaise, myalgia, arthralgia, easy fatigability, and anorexia out of proportion to the degree of illness.
A poor suck may be present due to fatigability or hypotonia which can predispose to SDB.
2% complained of weakness and easy fatigability, respectively.
Post-polio syndrome is characterized by increased weakness and/or abnormal muscle fatigability in individuals who had paralytic polio many years earlier.
Coverage includes the different definitions of muscle fatigue; measurement methods of muscle fatigue; cellular mechanisms of skeletal muscle fatigue; identifying and explaining the differences in fatigability between individuals according to age, gender, training background, and daily levels of physical activity; how the use of ergogenic aids may help to understand the mechanisms of fatigue during physical activity; muscle dysfunction and fatigue in muscle and metabolic diseases such as myasthenia gravis, muscular dystrophies, dermatomyositis, polymyositis, body myositis, and metabolic myopathies; and methods for alleviating fatigues and weakness to improve muscle strength, endurance, and overall quality of life.
Stackhouse SK, Binder-Macleod SA, Lee SC (2005) Voluntary muscle activation, contractile properties, and fatigability in children with and without cerebral palsy.