disequilibrium

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disequilibrium

a loss or absence of equilibrium, esp in an economy
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While oil-eaters offer a tantalizing possibility of cleansing high-density human habitats at some future date, it clearly cannot resolve oceanic philic-phobic dysequilibrium.
In a previous article, I presented the dysox model of diabetes and demonstrated that all known biochemical, histopathologic, and clinical aspects of diabetes are rooted in the primary disruptions of oxygen homeostasis and the consequent derangements of oxidosis, acidosis, and clotting unclotting dysequilibrium.
Sequence variations at nt -401 and -323 and the 353R>Q sequence variant were in close linkage dysequilibrium.
1) Our patient had a progressive increase in baseline hearing loss with dysequilibrium but no vertigo.
We avoid them altogether in young children, who may have paradoxical agitation, and in the elderly, who may experience confusion and dysequilibrium.