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Referring to the ability to perform one or more tasks skillfully and proficiently.
Referring to a valve or vessel that closes normally or appropriately retains fluid within its lumen.
Patient discussion about competent
Q. Would people with bipolar disorder be considered eligible to compete in the olympics? I am a shuttle relay state champion. I won many cups in state and country level. My long-time-goal is to have my name at least on the Olympics list. But here is a new problem to spoil my goal. I am diagnosed as bipolar-I. Now my worry is would people with bipolar disorder be considered eligible to compete in the Olympics? Or will I be able to compete in the Special Olympics?