Dysfunction: Difficult function or abnormal function.

There is, for example:

Constitutional hepatic dysfunction, (familial nonhemolytic jaundice),
Dental dysfunction (abnormal functioning of dental structures),
Minimal brain dysfunction (attention deficit disorder),
Placental dysfunction (dysmature placenta),
Psychosexual dysfunction, and
Sexual dysfunction (a disturbance of sexual functioning).
Erectile dysfunction is a consistent inability to sustain an erection sufficient for sexual intercourse.

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