Something left over after the patient is supposedly "cured".
For example; my lack of balance 7 years post a stoke.
Maurice K. H. Yap has written: 'Clinical application of contrast sensitivity in visual dysfunction'
Endothelial dysfunction is associated with most cardiovascular diseases, especially coronary artery disease, which can lead to a heart attack. Endothelial dysfunction is considered to be an early marker of coronary artery disease as it usually precedes it decades before any signs or symptoms appear. In fact, many investigators in the cardiovascular field view endothelial dysfunction as the disease whose clinical manifestation is cardiovascular disease.
Harold Gelb has written: 'New Concepts in Craniomandibular and Chronic Pain Management' 'Clinical Management of Head Neck and Tmj Pain and Dysfunction'
Dysfunction is a noun
Spawn of Dysfunction was created in 2003.
Lakes which are made by residual rocks which are left after weathering and erosion and form the residual lakes.
a hill that is residual hahahah
The prognosis for persons suffering autonomic dysfunction is variable and depends on specific dysfunction and on the severity of the dysfunction. Autonomic dysfunctions can present as acute and reversible syndromes.
The Reality Dysfunction has 1225 pages.
Clinical psychology is an intergration of science, theory and medical knowledge for the purpose of understanding, relieving and preventing pyschologicaly based distress or dysfunction and to promote subjective well-being and personal developement. One method Clinical psychologists are trained to use to gather data is by observing behaviour.>>Such assessments look at certain areas, such as general appearance and behaviour, mood and affect... e.t.c. As such, the results of such assessments are usually used to create generalized impressions (rather than diagnoses). Hope this helps?! :)
A residual haunting is a playback of a past event.
There are different ways that you can use dysfunction. You can have a dysfunction of a bodily organ, or you can have dysfunction in a social group. (failure to show the characteristics or fulfil the purposes accepted as normal or beneficial) The dysfunction of Susi's liver put her life at risk. Susi's recognized the dysfunction in her family and therefore severed ties in order to live a normal, happy life.