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anesthesia complete or partial inability to perceive bodily sensation such as pain. [1/2 definitions]
anorexia a psychological disorder marked by the inability to eat or the persistent refusal of food; anorexia nervosa. (Cf. bulimarexia.)
anuria the condition characterized by the inability to urinate.
attention deficit disorder a behavioral disorder, usually beginning in childhood, characterized by inability to focus one's attention, impulsive behaviors, and, often, hyperactivity; attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder a behavioral disorder, usually beginning in childhood, characterized by inability to focus one's attention, impulsive behaviors, and, often, hyperactivity.
basenji one of a breed of dogs originating in Africa, characterized by a smooth chestnut-brown coat and an inability to bark.
burnout inability to perform normally because of prolonged stress or tiredness. [1/3 definitions]
celiac disease a disease caused by an inability to properly digest gluten, characterized by malnutrition and diarrhea.
deficiency disease a disease caused by lack of a specific nutrient in the diet, or by the body's inability to absorb or metabolize it.
distracted unable to concentrate with full attention, or characterized by such inability. [1/2 definitions]
future shock the physical or psychological distress caused by the inability to adjust to the many technological changes in modern society.
heart failure the inability of the heart to pump enough blood to and from the body tissue, often resulting in death.
impotence in a male, inability to have an erection, thus preventing his engagement in sexual intercourse. [1/3 definitions]
incapacity lack of ability, power, or strength; lack of capacity; inability. [1/2 definitions]
indecision inability or unwillingness to make a decision.
indigestion inability to digest, or difficulty in digesting food. [1/2 definitions]
intolerance inability or unwillingness to accept the existence or validity of opinions, beliefs, customs, and practices different from one's own.
maladjustment an inability to bring one's own needs into harmony with the demands of the external environment. [1/2 definitions]
marasmus a gradual wasting away of the body, esp. in babies, usu. caused by an inability to assimilate food.
mental retardation the lack of one or more mental functions since birth, resulting in below-normal intelligence and inability to function adequately, caused by brain damage, disease, or congenital factors; mental deficiency.
monochromatic of or pertaining to a visual disorder resulting in the inability to perceive colors. [1/3 definitions]