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Dyspnea

Dyspnea --> dyspnoea

(Science: symptom) shortness of breath, difficult or laboured breathing.

Origin: gr. Dyspnoia = difficulty of breathing difficult or labored respiration.Breathlessness.


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by webCHO
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The Fiber Disease

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... well as oral exposure upo n consumption of contaminated food products and water. Alleged victims reported painful skin lesions, lightheadedness, dyspnea, and a rapid onset of hemomhage, incapacitation and death. Survivors developed a radiation-like sickness including fever, nausea , vomiting, ...

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