1. There appears to be a dysfunction in the patient's respiratory system.
2. Perhaps the grand master of dysfunction was the late Francis Bacon, who made a considerable fortune out of it.
3. Erectile dysfunction may be particularly prominent among the appropriate conditions.
4. This occurs in extensive bilateral frontal lobe dysfunction and is usually due to vascular disease, hydrocephalus, or massive neoplasia.
5. There is enormous variation in psychopathology, family dysfunction, and medical complications associated with anorexia nervosa.
6. Family dysfunction has demonstrated an alarming tendency to correlate with immoral and uncivilized behavior.
7. It is a pathetic attempt to institutionalize dysfunction and to establish an idol.
8. The onset of bladder dysfunction . . . leads to considerable distress and embarrassment.
9. Malabsorption of NaCl as a result of dysfunction of acid-base transport systems may be important in the pathogenesis of diarrhoeal disease.
10. Impulses are generated as a result of neural dysfunction and do not follow classic pain pathways.
11. But such an approach is a classic example of treating symptoms of organizational dysfunction, rather than its root causes.
12. One of the beauties of the discipline of neurology is how it lends itself to analysis of dysfunction involving these neural levels.
13. Whatever the cause, the presenting symptom is therefore one that manifests focal brain dysfunction.
14. Smoking and alcohol may promote the reflux inflammation lower oesophageal sphincter dysfunction cycle in those without a hiatus hernia.
15. The gait may be histrionic with the degree of dysfunction varying in different situations.