athymia

(ә-thīm´e-ә) absence of functioning thymus tissue. lack of feeling and emotion, as found in depression and other mental disorders.
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athymia

1. Absence of affect or emotivity; morbid impassivity. ... 2. Congenital absence of the thymus gland, often with associated immunodeficiency. ... Synonym: athymism. ... Origin: G. A-priv. + thymos, mind, also thymus ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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athymia

athymia 1. A name formerly given to absence of feeling or emotion, as seen in depression or the dysthymic disorder. 2. Apathy, emotional indifference, or unresponsveness. 3. Unconsciousness.
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athymia

melancholy
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athymia

Type: Term Pronunciation: ă-thī′mē-ă Definitions: 1. Absence of affect or emotivity; morbid impassivity. 2. Congenital absence of the thymus, often with associated immunodeficiency. Synonyms: athymism
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