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Wiktionary英語版での「EIS disease」の意味

EIS disease

出典:『Wiktionary』 (2010/12/29 02:31 UTC 版)

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EIS Disease or Environmentally Induced Schizoid disease.

   A spontaneously occurring behavioral disease common to domesticated vertebrates and captive wild animals. The combination of physical constraints or mechanically imposed limits to the ability of an animal to move and/or wander freely, in conjunction with high levels of ambient stimulation (optical, auditory, olfactory, etc.) result in a constellation of symptoms rarely seen in the free wandering wild animal or the domesticated animal in which a compensatory buffering environment has been provided. 
   Upwards of twenty symptoms (または aberrant behaviors) have been identified depending on which specific specie is being observed. 

The most common symptom is hyperactivity with increased metabolic rate, while the most serious symptom in final stages of this disease is highly, physically and emotionally, energized use of the mouth manifesting as biting of animals or people or fighting among individuals of the same specie. The disease is almost always degenerative and erratic and yet sudden and erruptive in its appearance.

   Cures involve proper and precise physical handling of the subject animal with exacting procedures conforming to natural mechanics of animal interaction. To be totally effective these procedures must duplicate the salient subtleties of intra-specie and inter-specie communication. Application of these mechanics can involve considerable risk to those attempting to handle the subject animal.  Therefore, preventive measures are always recommended and preferred.  
   This disease, along with the related EPS disease, was first identified at The Seeing Eye, Inc. of Morristown, New Jersey in 1972 and merely noted as a syndrome without adequate proof of cause, although a general cure was well documented. Within a decade of the initial hypothesis most of the symptoms had been cataloged, most causes identified and proven and cures and preventive measures tested for effectiveness. The ability to initiate the entire constellation of symptoms and then totally eradicate them provided a foundation of overwhelming evidence allowing the collection of symptoms to be promoted from syndrome to specific disease with predictable causes, symptoms and precise and highly reliable and repeatable cures.          
   This disease, along with EPS disease, directly accounts for the majority of premature canine deaths (other than medical disease) in North America ; upwards of twenty million a year. Current pharmacological modalities have proven ineffective in curing this disease and often aggravate the symptoms as do many of the popularly approved training methods. A few training procedures show some limited success in curbing some symptoms but seem to merely suppress their appearance. These few methods must be continuously and diligently applied to minimally manage the disease symptoms. On balance, it has been demonstrated that the proper application of the highly refined Normalization procedures, as previously mentioned, although more difficult to learn and apply, is a far wiser strategy as it is the only way to achieve a complete and permanent cure.



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