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Postexertional symptom exacerbation  
Post-exertional symptom exacerbation (PESE), also referred to as post-exertional malaise (PEM), is defined as the worsening of symptoms that can follow minimal cognitive, physical, emotional, or social activity, or activity that could previously be tolerated. Symptoms typically worsen 12 to 72 hours after activity and can last for days or even weeks, sometimes leading to a relapse.

Exact Synonyms: Exercise-induced malaise ;   Postexertional malaise
Definition Sources: PMID:25695122, PMID:26904705, PMID:32105793, PMID:33071931

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