Translation of bipolar in Spanish:


bipolar, adj.

Pronunciation /baɪˈpoʊlər//bʌɪˈpəʊlə/


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    • 1.1Psychology

      (depression) bipolar
      • It has become reasonably well accepted in the psychiatric literature that bipolar patients treated with an antidepressant for a depressive episode can be at risk to ‘switch’ into a manic episode.
      • The small study, published in the November issue of the Journal of Psychiatric Research, compared creativity test scores of children of healthy parents with the scores of children of bipolar parents.
      • For those of you in the audience with no medical background, frontal lobe syndrome manifests itself in many ways that mimic the manic stage of bipolar disease.
      • Indeed, many bipolar patients report that manic episodes followed a period in which they were unable to sleep or endured jet lag.
      • When a 20-year-old bipolar guy gets sent to court in Alabama, he might not face the same consequences as his non-bipolar counterpart.
      • And because he was bipolar, you never knew who you were going to get.
      • I forgive him, knowing he was bipolar, manic depressive, alcoholic.
      • Instantly comes the witty retort: ‘Muir was probably bipolar.’
      • I feel like it gives the general public this impression of bipolar people as insane maniacs who pose some kind of danger to ‘normal’ people.
      • He was discharged with a diagnosis of bipolar affective disorder with cannabis and nicotine dependence, given three psychiatric medications, and sent to a day therapy program, where he was seen for three weeks.
      • He's bipolar, obviously well educated, and he feels not the least bit sorry for himself, despite the fact that fate has put him on a milk crate on a bridge on a cold November afternoon.
      • Earlier this year, New York magazine asked on its cover: ‘Are you bipolar?’
      • The diagnosis was acute bipolar and schizoaffective disorder.
      • There's no evidence to tie these events to a bipolar condition, and I haven't noticed bipolar tendencies in Tom.
      • I have only told the closest friends of my condition, save for a few times when I've met another bipolar person or someone who has actually experienced full-blown panic attacks.
      • The Eccleston Doctor's bipolar lurching from impish playfulness to sullen melancholy was given a motivation that added to the thematic richness of this particular adventure, whilst setting up an intriguing story arc.
      • The study also didn't explain or examine the 50 percent of bipolar people who do not have a history of serious childhood abuse.
      • Mania is a component of manic depressive or bipolar disease.
      • An estimated 10-15 percent of adolescents with recurrent major depressive episodes develop bipolar I disorder.
      • I'm mentally ill with bipolar manic depression illness.

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      (nerve cell) bipolar
      • Most cells were either oval or spindle shaped, with bipolar cell processes.
      • Isolated retinal bipolar cells from tiger salamanders act like adaptive filters: at resting potential, their response gain and time constant are maximal, and transfer functions are lowpass.
      • At goldfish retinal bipolar cells, the calcium requirement for physiological release rates is reported to be >100 M.
      • These cells appeared mainly as thin and bipolar cells closely related to the hypertrophic nerve trunks.
      • Occasionally, the dorsal bipolar neuron was duplicated.
      • The central processes of bipolar neurons constitute the auditory component of the eighth cranial nerve, which projects centrally to the cochlear nuclei.
      • In past years evanescent wave microscopy was used to study the dynamics of vesicles in endocrine cells and in goldfish bipolar cell terminals.
      • Some bipolar naked nuclei and rare single intact epithelial cells were seen.
      • The single SPB that is present at the beginning of the cell cycle must duplicate to generate the two poles of the bipolar spindle.
      • Active movement is largely confined to each end of these elongated bipolar cells, enabling them to exert traction on the underlying substratum and to shuffle in between each other, always along the medio-lateral axis.

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    (species/animal) que se encuentra en las dos regiones polares
    • The emerging view of a complex "bipolar climate machinery" urgently calls for a major international research effort to decipher and quantify the interplay of bipolar ice-ocean-atmosphere processes in climate evolution and sea level change during warm and cold climate conditions.
    • The millennial-scale asynchrony of Antarctic and Greenland climate records during the last glacial period implies that the global climate system acts as a bipolar see-saw driven by either high-latitudinal and/or near-equatorial sea-surface perturbations.
    • When our final Guggenheim on this planet opens in 2015 at the North Pole, we will at last have accomplished our goal of being not only global but bipolar.
    • Recent research on the Antarctic ice core points to the fact that both hemispheres are bound by a 'bipolar seesaw.'
    • The bipolar climate asynchrony in our scenarios is caused by the toggle between North Atlantic heat piracy and South Atlantic counter heat piracy.