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subnormal

having a low intelligence, esp having an IQ of less than 70

subnormal

[səb′nȯr·məl]
(mathematics)
For a given point on a plane curve, the projection on the x axis of a rectangular coordinate system of the segment of the normal between the given point and the intersection of the normal with the x axis.
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This article aims to present an assessment and discussion of the social and environmental conditions of the subnormal agglomerations, observing whether the families were assisted by programs generated by the state and by the utility provider, according to the mapping of social vulnerability by the Seade Foundation for subnormal domiciles in favela areas on the margin of creeks and the impacts of social exclusion, as per Trivinos (14).
All patients reported herein were referred to a hematology/medical oncology practice for further evaluation and management because they had the following: (a) frequent or severe bacterial respiratory tract infections uncontrolled by antibiotic therapy and other management; (b) subnormal total serum IgG or subnormal IgG1.
haemoglobinuria, subnormal rectal temperature, constipation, pale conjunctiva and mucous membrane of vulva and straining during defecation.
4] A comparable reduction in the prevalence of subnormal folate concentrations after fortification was subsequently reported in population surveys in Canada and other countries that had implemented FFF.
Lacroix and colleagues reported that subclinical AIMAH patients usually present with slightly elevated midnight plasma or salivary cortisol, subnormal suppression following 1 mg overnight dexamethasone suppression test, a partially suppressed ACTH, normal 24-hour urinary free cortisol production and absence of clinical signs of CS, paralleled by non-specific syndromes, such as hypertension and diabetes.
Severe hypothyroidism, such as in the present case, can have deleterious effects on tooth development and eruption, and lead to prolonged retention of the primary dentition, subnormal growth of the maxilla and mandible with a marked reduction in the dimensions of the facial complex, and a lack of coordination between mandibular growth and dental development.
A subnormal sperm count is frequently encountered in an infertile male.
They discuss both normal functional and functionally defective high-density lipoprotein, and the therapeutic normalization of its subnormal levels and defective biological activities.
Ore of 1939, who proved that permutable subgroups are subnormal (see [7,13] for details).
The subnormal recovery to 1935, the subnormal prosperity to 1937 and the slump after that are easily accounted for by the difficulties incident to the adaptation to a new fiscal policy, new labor legislation and a general change in the attitude of government to private enterprise all of which can .