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dysfunction

any consequence of an activity which inhibits the achievement of the desired objective. In the study of ORGANIZATIONS, dysfunctions refer to those aspects of organizations which are essential to the organization's proper functioning but at the same time detract from organizational performance. For instance, a justifiable emphasis on following the correct procedures can also stifle the flexibility that is often needed in work situations. See GOAL DISPLACEMENT.
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FS-like symptoms such as muscle pain and sensitivity, burnout syndrome, decreased exercise capacity, and cold intolerance show similar symptoms to endocrine dysfunctions such as hypothyroid, adrenal, and growth hormone deficiency.
In summary, these data have clearly shown that endocrine dysfunction is a common feature in septic patients (Table).
Most patients with a lingual thyroid gland are asymptomatic, as it rarely manifests clinically with aerodigestive symptoms, malignancy, or endocrine dysfunction.
The exclusion criteria included cardiac disorders, kidney or liver diseases, endocrine dysfunction, malnutrition, peripheral neuropathy, diabetes, severe hypertension, or dementia.
2005) avowed that elevated levels of testosterone in gastropods exposed to tributyltin (TBT) are main escort to put forward this endocrine dysfunction that is responsible for imposex.
Other areas that are potentially impacted by fppd triggered immunologically mediated disorders that will be discussed include endocrine dysfunction, dermatologic issues and joint disorders and other conditions.
Endocrine dysfunction in hematological diseases like thalassemia and SCD, which progresses with hemolysis and iron storage, can be encountered commonly and at early ages.
Syndrome characterized by osteitis fibrosa disseminata, areas of pigmentation and endocrine dysfunction, with precocious puberty in females.
13] or endocrine dysfunction and fluid shifts, leading to diuresis/natriuresis.
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