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Antonyms for disequilibrium

loss of equilibrium attributable to an unstable situation in which some forces outweigh others

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15] Patients may be dizzy for minutes, hours or even days, with a range in their symptoms from mild dysequilibrium or motion intolerance to severe spinning sensations.
The failure of its executive branches lead to acidosis, oxidosis, and clotting--unclotting dysequilibrium (CUD), respectively.
Confirming previous studies, we could show that these 3 sequence variations are in close linkage dysequilibrium (17).
The vertigo of Meniere's disease occurs in attacks of a spinning sensation and is accompanied by dysequilibrium (an off-balance sensation), nausea, and sometimes vomiting.
Feather Breathing dramatically improves oxygen transport and functionalities in times of stress and autonomic dysequilibrium.
The polymorphisms associated with proCPU plasma concentrations, however, are in strong linkage dysequilibrium with each other and with the 505A/G single-nucleotide polymorphism in the coding region (29, 30).
7-10) These complaints included dizziness, dysequilibrium, and even ataxia in seine cases.
In our study population, the Asp299G1y and Thr399Ile polymorphisms were in complete linkage [consistent with the 95% linkage dysequilibrium in Caucasians (15)].
Indeed, linkage dysequilibrium between these 2 markers was recently demonstrated in a group of 133 healthy Caucasian individuals (14).