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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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The most common pathologies in subjects still driving despite noncompliance with the BBCDL vision criteria were senile cataract (38.
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.
plasma glucose, total cholesterol, Triglycerides HDL cholesterol, LDL cholesterol, VLDL cholesterol and MDA in venous blood of senile cataract cases and control group showed that the't values of total cholesterol (5.
To make it worse, the way the whole thing was handled by her made me think others thought I might be going senile.
8 Most of the clinicians satisfied with "age of retirement in public service" as 60 years in Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia and 65 years in north and south America for the definition of "senile age groups", while WHO has agreed with 60 years as "old age" As principal investigator, has been working on different aspects of tremors for the last ten years, I noticed that the senile tremors can be classified in to 1, enhanced physiological tremors which are usually mild in intensity and called as physiological senile tremors, 2, a variant of essential tremors where no specific pathology can be detected on investigations are almost moderate to severe in intensiy and labelled as pathological senile tremors, 3, tremors in old age which are related with definite pathology, i.
Senile aortic valve stenosis is a progressive, age-related disease caused by calcium deposits on the aortic valve that cause the valve to narrow.
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.
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.
Glucose is used by cells in the brain to make energy that they need to live but glucose utilization may be impaired in the brain's of older people and especially those suffering from Senile Dementia or other forms of memory loss.
JUST when you thought it was safe to go senile, up jumps the opportunity to raise a child, eh Ken?
At the age of 70, am I going senile and losing my marbles or is it just the way of the world now?