(Somnolence Syndrome) Feeling extremely tired, drowsy and irritable. Can be a side effect of a long course of radiotherapy to the brain. May last for some weeks after treatment has finished.
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Somnolence: Sleepiness, the state of feeling drowsy, ready to fall asleep. A person experiencing somnolence is somnolent and is acting somnolently. Somnolence, somnolent, and somnolently go back to the Latin 'somnus' meaning (please don't yawn) 'sleep.'
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<neurology> Sleepiness, also unnatural drowsiness. ... Origin: L. Somnolentia = sleepiness ... (04 Mar 1998) ...
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(som´nә-lәns) drowsiness or sleepiness, particularly in excess.
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• (n.) Alt. of Somnolency
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(from the article `sleep`) ...cerveau isolé preparation, an animal in which a surgical incision high in the midbrain has separated the cerebral hemispheres from sensory input, ...
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(L. somnolentia sleepiness) sleepiness; also unnatural drowsiness.
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somnolence, somnolentia, somnolency An unnatural inclination to sleep; sleepiness, drowsiness.
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Type: Term Pronunciation: som′nō-lĕns, -len-sē Definitions: 1. An inclination to sleep. 2. A condition of obtusion. Synonyms: sleepiness
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Somnolence (or `sleepiness`) is a state of near-sleep, a strong desire for sleep, or sleeping for unusually long periods (cf. hypersomnia). It has two distinct meanings, referring both to the usual state preceding falling asleep, and the chronic condition referring to being in that state independent of a circadian rhythm. `Somnolence` is deriv...
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state of drowsiness from which one can be woken
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