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lability

 [lah-bil´ĭ-te]
1. the quality of being labile.
2. in psychiatry, emotional instability; rapidly changing emotions.

la·bil·i·ty

(lă-bil'i-tē),
The state of being labile.

lability

/la·bil·i·ty/ (lah-bil´ĭ-te)
1. the quality of being labile.
2. in psychiatry, emotional instability.

lability

See labile.

lability

Neurology Neurologic instability, as in an evolving CVA/TIA or spinal cord injury. See Cerebrovascular accident, Spinal cord injury, Transient ischemic attack.

la·bil·i·ty

(lă-bil'i-tē)
The state of being labile.

lability

the quality of being labile.
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However, little evidence was found to indicate that lability could influence precognitive performance, as participants' nonintentional precognition hit rates were unrelated to their scores on the linear and nonlinear subscales of Holt's (2002) Creative Cognition Inventory: linear subscale; r = .
Whereas most of the challenges presented by PFS are handled conservatively, mood-stabilizing medications may be used to treat emotional lability issues.
Confusion Assessment Method for the Intensive Care Unit (CAM-ICU) is another tool which uses nonverbal assessments to evaluate acute or fluctuating onset of delirium, inattention, disorganized thinking and altered level of consciousness, however, sleep-wake cycle, diurnal variation and lability of mood are not questioned by CAM-ICU, while they are well evaluated by NDRS.
Thus, data have shown that emotional lability and social problems are better indicators of impairments in the daily life of the individual than the level of ADHD symptomatology per se due to the negative impact these problems have on academic, family, and work domains (Melia et al.
As with other products containing methylphenidate (the active ingredient in DAYTRANA), common side effects reported in children who received DAYTRANA were decreased appetite, insomnia, nausea, vomiting, weight loss, tic, and affect lability (mood swings).
The effect of blood RNases can be demonstrated by the free RNA lability experiment, which showed that >99% of the free added RNA was degraded after a 15-s incubation time (Fig.
To date, hormonal replacement is still the most effective method of preventing osteoporosis, significant short-term memory loss, and emotional lability in estrogen deficient women.
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This assessment was precipitated by symptoms including headaches, depression, forgetfulness, confusion, and emotional lability, and may have been delayed due to his other medical treatments.