Definition of Cachectic. Meaning of Cachectic. Synonyms of Cachectic

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Definition of Cachectic

Cachectic
Cachectic Ca*chec"tic, Cachectical Ca*chec"tic*al, a. [L. cachecticus, Gr. ?????????: cf. F. cachectique.] Having, or pertaining to, cachexia; as, cachectic remedies; cachectical blood. --Arbuthnot.

Meaning of Cachectic from wikipedia

- Cachexia (/kəˈkɛksiə/) is a complex syndrome ****ociated with an underlying illness causing ongoing muscle loss that is not entirely reversed with nutritional...
- a "common bug" and was taking antibiotics, while others surmised his cachectic appearance was due to the Whipple procedure. During a July conference...
- severe muscular deterioration. Eventually, the paretic dies bedridden, cachectic and completely disoriented, frequently in a state of status epilepticus...
- With the loss of intake of food the individual may eventually become cachectic. A less frequent occurrence results from a vomiting of intestinal contents...
- chronic illness.[citation needed] Those with a lung abscess are generally cachectic at presentation. Finger clubbing is present in one third of patients....
- D, Sewell CW, Ansley JD (September 1977). "Deficiency of carnitine in cachectic cirrhotic patients". The Journal of Clinical Investigation. 60 (3): 716–23...
- congolense only lives in blood vessels, and causes in particular anaemia. Cachectic dog infested with Trypanosoma congolense after a travel in West Africa...
- Cachectic dog infested with Trypanosoma congolense after travel in West Africa...
- creatinine level. Creatinine-based equations should be used with caution in cachectic patients and patients with cirrhosis. They often have very low muscle...
- partial demyelination, axonal loss, and gliosis Musculoskeletal system Cachectic dwarfism. Contractures. Kyphosis, scoliosis. Stooped posture. Muscle wasting...
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