Abnormality or impairment in the function of a specified bodily organ or system
Deviation from the norms of social behavior in a way regarded as bad
(medicine) any disturbance in the functioning of an organ or body part or a disturbance in the functioning of a social group; "erectile dysfunction"; "sexual relationship dysfunction"
(dysfunctional) impaired in function; especially of a bodily system or organ
(dysfunctional) (of a trait or condition) failing to serve an adjustive purpose; "dysfunctional behavior"
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A failure to function in an expected or complete manner. Usually refers to a disorder in a bodily organ (e.g. erectile dysfunction), a mental disorder, or the improper behavior of a social group
(dysfunctional) (dis funk' shun al) Working improperly or abnormally.
(dysfunctional) Term used to describe behaviors that adversely affect an individual's functioning
(dysfunctional) not operating as it should. When applied to social relations, the use of this term assumes that norms, roles, and/or actions cause relations to not work as they should.
Abnormal functioning of any organ, be this excessive, deficient or in any way altered.
Lack of normal function Enema A cleansing solution used for preparation for examination of the large intestine.
Unable to function normally as a body organ or system.
(change-related): Change-related dysfunction is any action or feeling that diverts resources away from meeting productivity and quality standards. Dysfunctional behavior is an indicator of change-related overload.
Difficult function or abnormal function.
Features of social life that challenge or create tensions in a social system.
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another complication arises when the herniated organ itself, or surrounding organs, start to malfunction(for example, sliding hernia of the stomach causing heartburn, lumbar disc hernia causing sciatic nerve pain, etc.).
the presence of functional disharmony between the morphologic form (teeth, occlusion, bones, joints) and function (muscles, nerves) that may result in pathologic changes in the tissues or produce a functional disturbance