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deconditioning

noun de·con·di·tion·ing \-ˈdish-(ə-)niŋ\

Medical Definition of DECONDITIONING

:  a decrease in the responsiveness of heart muscle that sometimes occurs after long periods of weightlessness and may be marked by decrease in blood volume and pooling of the blood in the legs upon return to normal conditions
July 02, 2015
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comprehension or the fear of future evil
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