Chronic pain of any kind predispose to the risk of developing a physical syndrome of "disuse
" in which the muscle mass and decreases in terms of the mass and force if not optimally used.
The effects of ES on muscle atrophy appear to be influenced by the type of disuse
model used, as well as the nature of the experimental ES regimen, which can vary in the intensity, frequency, and number of contractions [14-16].
"Some industrial use is still prominent in Digbeth however much has fallen into disuse
The cornetto was a popular wind instrument in Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque times, but eventually fell into disuse
(it's hard to play, for one thing).
It is important that these units that have served us so long and so well should not be allowed to fall into disuse
, otherwise a generation of engineers will be bred to whom they are unfamiliar.
In the neighborhood of Can Sellares, the results were particularly dismal, with the public spaces falling quickly into disuse
How again, can we explain to ourselves the inherited effects of the use of disuse
of particular organs?
By the 1930s the canal had fallen into disuse
but has been gradually restored by the British Waterways Board with support from the National Park and others since 1968.
A period of disuse
almost resulted in the building's demolition, but was prevented when local businessman Eric Rooke refurbished it for use as a public house.
The building served the Bronx Terminal Market for over 35 years before falling into disuse
There was nothing in the biomedical archives that provided a reasonable framework for this apparent homology of disuse
Reduction of mechanical stress on bone inhibits bone formation and accelerates bone resorption and leads to what has been called disuse