disequilibrium

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disequilibrium

a loss or absence of equilibrium, esp in an economy
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[2] The conventional diagnostic approach to vertigo or dizziness focuses on the nature of the symptom, whether vertigo, presyncope (impending faint), dysequilibrium (unsteadiness with eyes open), or nonspecific dizziness, to direct efforts towards investigating for vestibular (if vertigo), cardiac (if presyncope), neurological (if dysequilibrium), psychiatric or metabolic causes.
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.
* Dysequilibrium. This involves a problem with walking, stance, or gait.
The test was ordered for all patients regardless of whether or not they had expressed any preoperative complaint of dysequilibrium. The NeuroCom EquiTest equipment, protocol, and standards were used, and SOT results were analyzed for each patient.
This study, however, did not distinguish between extrinsic (slips or trips) and intrinsic (dysequilibrium or lower-extremity weakness) factors for the fall.
Paroxysmal dysequilibrium in the migraine syndrome of childhood.
Similarly, a low Tsat value accompanied by high ferritin levels may reflect iron deficiency, but could also be an indication of a dysequilibrium between iron storage, circulation, and the erythron (often referred to as functional iron deficiency).