abnormality or impairment in the function of a specified bodily organ or system.
She just doesn't get it - the depiction of family 'dysfunction' is not a social evil.
His poor ability to make relationships with others indicated high levels of psychological 'dysfunction' .
This is about the link between criminality and deprivation, family 'dysfunction' and poor education.
I accept that there is a relationship between sexual 'dysfunction' and stress, anxiety and depression.
The focus on individuals' psychological 'dysfunction' is not confined to education.
Others look, quite understandably, at democratic or social 'dysfunction' and wish that we had machines that could help us fix it.
She admits that there has been an element of 'dysfunction' in all her relationships.
Every time I visited home since my grandma died, I saw more and more chaos and 'dysfunction' in my family.
Stress, sexual 'dysfunction' and even inability to work are also to be excluded.
Where do poverty, 'dysfunction' , violence and high mortality rates fit into the analysis?
It calls to mind a world of social 'dysfunction' hiding beneath the surface of everyday life.
Family structure is crumbling, and 'dysfunction' in relationships is at an all-time high.
More fundamentally, such statistics do not address the issue of the conditions that give rise to social 'dysfunction' .
The downside is the social 'dysfunction' I witness amongst the spectators because of alcohol consumption.
Neurobehavioral and pulmonary 'dysfunctions' were measured 7 weeks after the chlorine spill.
Major consequences of foetal alcohol syndrome are facial deformities, central nervous system 'dysfunctions' and non specific malfunctions.
Bladder 'dysfunctions' should be treated before a second procedure is performed.
Massage can therefore be very effectively used in conjunction with bodywork to treat not only musculo-skeletal problems, but 'dysfunctions' of organs, glands and whole systems.
In this system, organ system 'dysfunctions' are used to evaluate morbidity in critically ill patients.
We included all consecutive patients with blood culture-positive sepsis and measured organ 'dysfunctions' and mortality.
Although computed tomography can identify most brain lesions, it does not identify metabolic and extrinsic brain 'dysfunctions' .
One important function of health-care services, here personal medical services, is to restore handicapping 'dysfunctions' , for example, of vision, mobility, and so on.
Survival varies widely depending upon age, chronic disease burden, and nonpulmonary organ 'dysfunctions' such as shock and hepatic failure.
Severe sepsis is defined as sepsis associated with evidence of one or more acute organ 'dysfunctions' .
Finally, our study design did not allow us to examine in detail the hypothesis that lung inflammation due to ARDS may contribute to nonpulmonary organ 'dysfunctions' .
Optimum supplementation with vitamin C and other essential nutrients may provide a basic therapeutic means for the prevention and successful management of cardiovascular 'dysfunctions' .
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