(7-9) Our study results show the severity of loss of function
before surgey is a reliable factor to find patients at high risk for postoperative NE and HAC (Table 4).
2) Temporary degradation or loss of function
or performance, which is self-recoverable
The results showed both chemicals targeted this region of the bee brain, causing a loss of function
Results showed that both chemicals targeted the learning region of the bee brain, causing a loss of function
"Different types of infection, and the physiological changes of aging, combined with changes and vulnerabilities imposed by age-associated diseases and loss of function
, make an older adult more susceptible," Dr.
The symptoms you describe here are consistent with those of Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD), which occurs when the small central portion of the retina, the macula, undergoes a loss of function
* Cirrhosis Prolonged inflammation of the liver can cause scarring and loss of function
. Ultimately cirrhosis can kill if the liver stops working to such an extent that it cannot purify the blood.
Over time, mitochondria begin to experience loss of function
, and cellular decline and aging of the cell begin.
Patients diagnosed with arthritic diseases usually face gradual loss of function
in limbs and joints, and this makes even day-to-day activities like walking or combing hair difficult.
The review identified a number of common themes: prevention/delay of loss of function
is vital; more community-based responses to acute need; active and rapid rehabilitation for those with significant potential for restoration of function; and support for people in their homes where possible.
Now, a group of French scientists has discovered that dietary deficiency of omega-3 fats in animals causes a loss of function
in certain central nervous system receptors that are crucial for neurotransmission and a healthy mood.
* More severely ill--about 10 times more likely to experience extreme loss of function
(39 percent vs.