Disease Information for Physical deconditioned status

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Clinical Manifestations
Signs & Symptoms
Chest Pain
Palpitations/Skipped beats
Hyperhidrosis/Chronic sweating excess
Sweating Excess Perspiration
Abdominal bloating
Abdominal fullness feeling
Bloating and Gas
Bloating and 'gas'/Flatulence
Flatulence
Bilateral Shoulder Muscle pain/Weakness
Loss of muscle mass
Muscle weakness
Weakness, neck muscles
Fatigability
Chest pain/non-cardiac
Chest tightness/breathing response
Dyspnea
Dyspnea on exertion
Inspiratory central chest pain
Painful cough
Shortness of breath/SOB
Acute Back Pain
Back Pain
Backache
Chronic Back Pain
Knee Pain
Low Back Pain
Shin splints
Spine pain/vertebral skeletal pain
Asthenia
Decreased exercise tolerance/effort fatigue
Enervated/extreme acute fatigue
Fatigue
Fatigue Tiredness Exhaustion
Poor Stamina
Weakness
Diagnostic Test Results
CT Scan
CT/Dexa-Scan Bone density Abnormal
Associated Diseases & Rule outs
Associated Disease & Complications
Back strain, musculotendonous
Deconditioned/Out-of-shape status
Effort syndrome
Lumbosacral instability syndrome
Male osteoporosis syndrome
Orthostatic hypotension syndrome
Osteoporosis/osteopenia
Pathologic fractures
Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder PMDD
Premenstrual stress syndrome/PMS
Premenstual tension syndrome
Stress fracture
Stress fracture Foot Metatarsal
Metabolic Bone Disease
Disease Mechanism & Classification
Class
CLASS/Lumbosacral joint involvement/disorder (ex)
CLASS/Systemic/no comment (category)
Pathophysiology
Pathophysiology/Osteoporosis Secondary
Process
PROCESS/Complicating disorder (ex)
PROCESS/Functional/physiologic (category)
PROCESS/Life style/habits problems (ex)
Treatment
Other Treatments
TX/Exercise/aerobic
TX/Physical therapy
Definition
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NEJM (The New England Journal of Medicine)
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