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found fever in 100%, headaches in 79%, diaphoresis in 77%, chills in 61%, myalgia in 57% and adynamia in 56% of the cases.
He was judged to have difficulty being able to ride a bicycle as cycle racer again due to neurofatigue and adynamia. He has retired and currently receives pension for the disability.
Allowing individuals with MS further control over their daily lives can be difficult when working with individuals whose cognitive abilities have been adversely affected by their MS, and who experience symptoms such as adynamia, concrete and rigid thinking, memory loss, and disinhibition (O'Callaghan & Brown, 1989).
Case 3: A 1 year-old male presented loss of appetite and adynamia. The hematocrit was 18.56%, hemoglobin 6.4 g/dl, glucose 0.034 g/1 and total proteins 3.53 g/dl.
Anemia is the most frequent and translated by a pallor appearance, fatigue, adynamia, dyspnea, and general malaise.
Such behavioural adynamia, as witnessed by the reduced fluency and increased apathy, may in part relate to changes in cognitive speed [29].
On postpartum day 30, the patient developed a picture characterized by asthenia, adynamia and cramp-type abdominal pain, with lower limb oedema, choluria and non-quantified fever, accompanied by functional class deterioration.
What deactivates operativity in a form-of-life is an experience of potentiality or habit, it is the habitual use of a potentiality that manifests itself as power of not [Aristotle calls it adynamia, impotentiality, formulating the axiom according to which "all potentiality is, on the basis of the same and with respect to the same, impotentiality" (Met.
Physical examination revealed dehydration (arterial hypotension: 90/60 mmHg; ocular hypotonia, persistent skin plicature); arrhythmia, mitral and aortic systolic murmurs, adynamia, confusion.