tremulousness


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Symptoms (which can persist [less than or equal to] 3 months after delivery) include restlessness, irritability, abnormal sleep patterns, suckling difficulties, growth retardation, hypertonia, hyperreflexia, tremulousness, apnoea, diarrhoea and vomiting.
22) It may be indicated by the presence of a subluxated lens, phacodonesis (increased mobility of the lens) or iridodonesis (increased mobility or tremulousness of the iris).
Other signs and symptoms include tremulousness, irritability, nausea, diaphoresis, tachycardia, and high blood pressure (Wilson, 1994).
In other studies, SSRI use during pregnancy was associated with compromised neonatal adaptation with symptoms of jitteriness, tachypnea, and tremulousness, the so-called "neonatal abstinence syndrome.
The symptoms of caffeinism can include feelings of anxiety and nervousness, sleep disruption (especially difficult getting off to sleep), restlessness, irritability, diuresis (passing lots of water/urine), stomach complaints, tremulousness, palpitations and arrythmias (changed heart rate, especially faster beating).
Other neuroglycopenic symptoms (eg, weakness, tremulousness, motor impairment) and diminution of cognitive function also occur.
This will often be accompanied by a shaking or tremulousness in the hands.
He complained of tremulousness, insomnia, and mild agitation and was hospitalized.
The earlier recording is full of a youthful spirit, a greater romantic tremulousness, while on the other hand we are rather taken aback by techniques that are entirely unacceptable today (for instance glissandi).
While Penn and Robbins commandeer the screen with anguished weight, Eastwood takes great time and care to draw out excellent performances from the rest of his major players: Kevin Bacon and Laurence Fishburne as two very different cops with two passionately opposing views on who committed a terrible murder; Marcia Gay Harden, whose natural tremulousness has never been put to better use than as a wife who has every reason to suspect her troubled husband of the worst; Laura Linney as a strong wife and mother with a Lady Macbeth lurking under her blue collar; and Thomas Guiry as a bereaved - but still dubious - young lover.
Several of the manuscripts are large homiliaries and in these in particular his hand may be seen in various degrees of tremulousness as he returned to the manuscripts adding glosses in layers over a period of time.
PMS-Type C: craving for sweets, increased appetite, headaches, pounding heart, fatigue, tremulousness (internal or external shakiness).