adynamy

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adynamy (uncountable)

  1. (archaic) adynamia
    • 1829, Louis Jacques Bégin, The French Practice of Medicine, page 151:
      Pneumonia , as well as gastritis , and other inflammations of the viscera , lead to adynamy. The lungs undoubtedly act with less vivacity on the nervous ...

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