aeroneurosis[er′ō no̵̅o̅ rō′sis, -nyo̵̅o̅-]
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a nervous disorder of airplane pilots supposedly caused by the tension of excessive flying and characterized by abdominal pains, digestive disturbances, etc.
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Nervous exhaustion attributed to prolonged piloting of aircraft.