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  1. Atrophy definition is - decrease in size or wasting away of a body part or tissue; also: arrested development or loss of a part or organ incidental to the normal development or life of an animal or plant. How to use atrophy in a sentence. What Can atrophy?
  2. May 31,  · Muscle atrophy can occur due to poor nutrition, age, and genetics. Symptoms vary, and treatment may include physical therapy, functional electric stimulation, or .
  3. Atrophy definition, a wasting away of the body or of an organ or part, as from defective nutrition or nerve damage. See more.
  4. atrophy [at´ro-fe] 1. decrease in size of a normally developed organ or tissue; see also wasting. 2. to undergo or cause such a decrease. adj., adj atroph´ic. acute yellow atrophy massive hepatic necrosis. circumscribed cerebral atrophy pick's disease. disuse atrophy atrophy of a tissue or organ as a result of inactivity or diminished function. gyrate.
  5. Atrophy, decrease in size of a body part, cell, organ, or other tissue. Atrophy is a hallmark of conditions such as starvation, aging, and certain disease states. It also occurs normally in some cells and organs at certain life stages. Learn more about the types and physiological effects of atrophy.
  6. Define atrophy. atrophy synonyms, atrophy pronunciation, atrophy translation, English dictionary definition of atrophy. n. pl. at·ro·phies 1. A wasting or decrease in size of a body organ, tissue, or part owing to disease, injury, or lack of use: muscular atrophy of a person.
  7. Muscle atrophy is when muscles waste away. The main cause of muscle wasting is a lack of physical activity. This can happen when a disease or injury makes it difficult or impossible for you to Author: Ann Pietrangelo.
  8. Aug 25,  · Pathologic atrophy is seen with aging, starvation, and diseases such as Cushing disease (because of taking too much medicines called corticosteroids). Neurogenic atrophy is the most severe type of muscle atrophy. It can be from an injury to, or disease of a nerve that connects to the muscle.

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