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senile

(of land forms or rivers) at an advanced stage in the cycle of erosion

senile

[′sē‚nīl]
(geology)
Pertaining to the stage of senility of the cycle or erosion.
(medicine)
Of, pertaining to, or caused by the aging process or by the infirmities of old age.
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He replied: "Because I don't behave as a clown on the touchline it means that I lost my passion?" Conte, who is an animated figure on the touchline, was asked about the quote at his pre-match press conference and suggested Mourinho - who has wildly celebrated goals in the past - has 'demenza senile'.
The most common pathologies in subjects still driving despite noncompliance with the BBCDL vision criteria were senile cataract (38.5%), diabetic retinopathy (23.1%), choroid rupture (11.5%) in group 1; senile cataract (55.3%), diabetic retinopathy (14.9%), and AMD+senile cataract (6.4%) in group 2; and senile cataract (63.6%), AMD+senile cataract (18.2%), posterior capsule opacity (9.1%) and branch retinal vein occlusion (9.1%) in group 3 (Table 4).
Gavin Jones' 2013 book 'A Mental State' available on Amazon (reviewed in Cyprus Mail) exposed the abysmal state of senile dementia care in Cyprus and the neglectful attitude of the authorities.
The assessment included the Mini-Mental State Examination for screening cognitive function, Activities of Daily Living scale (ADL) to assess the extent to which the neurobehavioral impairment interfered with ADL tasks, Hachinski Ischemic Scale to ascertain the differences between vascular dementia and senile dementia, and Hamilton Depression Scale to assess depressive symptoms.
Are tremors in old age, really senile? A hospital based study.
Senile aortic valve stenosis is a progressive, age-related disease caused by calcium deposits on the aortic valve that cause the valve to narrow.
"A nice formula for 'Senile Madness' is 'naughty and fun,' " Isherwood said.
The Duke muttered something about me going senile - I was 18 - but was more complimentary after I rode him a double at Cheltenham.
According to Damcevska it is time somebody to remind the government's top officials that the people are not senile and they remember all those shovels but they do not see anything coming out of these economic zones.
This ageism is justified, as least in part, with the difficulty we recognize comes in confronting and removing senile judges.
The development of senile cataract, especially nuclear cataract, is associated with progressive oxidative changes in the intrinsic membrane fraction and membrane-related components of the lens, which eventually extends beyond them to also involve the soluble components of lens proteins.