general ill health with emaciation, usually occurring in association with cancer or a chronic infectious disease.
a generally weakened condition of body or mind resulting from any debilitating chronic disease
Severe weight loss, anorexia, and general debility that occur as a result of chronic disease. Cachetic patients exhibit signs of malnutrition, including muscle wasting.


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