4), (20) Decreased lower-extremity muscle strength is identified as a predictor of exercise intolerance
or limitation of function (eg, walking, climbing stairs, rising from a seated position, etc.
No non-PAD participants displayed signs or reported symptoms of pain or exercise intolerance
severe enough to terminate the treadmill test.
Other possible causes of dyspnea and exercise intolerance
include obesity and deconditioning.
Patients with prominent pulmonary regurgitation on echocardiography or with symptoms such as palpitations and exercise intolerance
and or history of surgery at least 10 years prior to the study were included in the study group.
13] proposed that also an impairment of respiratory muscle function might contribute to dyspnea and exercise intolerance
in PAH patients as it was demonstrated in heart failure patients .
2) The late onset form has a similar clinical presentation to the early onset with exercise intolerance
, cramps, and myoglobinuria.
Veterinary nurse Lisa White, from Pritchard Vets, in Denbigh, said: ``When Beauty came to see me, she had been suffering badly from arthritis and the weight had crept on due to feeding of tit-bits and exercise intolerance
Initially there will be signs of exercise intolerance
, this progresses slowly to respiratory distress which may lead to fainting if the animal is stressed.
Delegates at the British Small Animal Veterinary Association conference at the ICC were told breathlessness, exercise intolerance
and the loss of use of hind legs due to thrombosis were signs of heart disease.
WASHINGTON -- Depression is common in outpatients with heart failure and is directly related to what have been considered core symptoms of the cardiac disease: fatigue, exercise intolerance
, breathlessness, and impaired quality of life.
is a nonspecific symptom that can be caused by a wide variety of medical conditions.
A recent example is the association of histochemically increased SDH and cytochrome c oxidase activities in muscle of individuals with an exercise intolerance
disorder caused by the accumulation of somatic mutations in the mitochondrial DNA-encoded cytochrome b gene.