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 View Image #111-293Dementia: Atypical signs of Organic Illness#111-293 
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Mental dysfunction can be a sign of organic illness in the elderly patient. Illustration shows a sketch of an elderly man on ...

 View Image #145-004Dementia#145-004 
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Dementia: 4 major types shown: (AD) Alzheimer's disease, (DLBD) Diffuse Lewis body, (FTD) Fronto-temporal dementia, (VAD) Vas...

 View Image #121-103Dementia#121-103 
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Shows dementia in the elderly.

 View Image #121-106AIDS Related Dementia#121-106 
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AIDS, the brain and related dementia.

 View Image #140-017Mental Illness#140-017 
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Conceptual illustration showing mental illness and glowing brain with blue people and background.

 View Image #139-018Digestive System - Illness#139-018 
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Various pathogens that may cause illness in the human digestive system including Staphylococcus aureus, Helicobacterpylori an...

 View Image #104-003Living with an Incurable Illness#104-003 
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Illustration of using heavy medication / pill usage to live or function with the effects of an incurable illness.

 View Image #111-004Alzheimer's Dementia#111-004 
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Coronal cross section of brain dramatically contrasts differences between normal brain and changes in Alzheimers' (Alzheimer)...

 View Image #100-149Dementia- Lewy Bodies#100-149 
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Dememtia with Lewy Bodies presents a clinical challenge in diagnosis

 View Image #111-014Schizophrenia/Dementia-Depression#111-014 
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Dramatic silhouette of woman highlighting brain, with downcast expression. Background of neurons firing synapses. Commercial ...

 View Image #100-144Depression - HPA-axis#100-144 
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Image shows Distinct biological markers may distinguish an atypical subtype of major depression. Research reveals exaggerated...

 View Image #225-017Hydrocephalus Ex Vacuo#225-017 
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Low pressure hydrocephalus, also known as ex vacuo hydrocephalus occurs when the volume of brain tissue decreases and the ven...

 View Image #145-024Emergency Medicine#145-024 
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The urgency of emergency medicine is symbolically represented in clocks, vital signs and a swirl of vibrant colors.

 View Image #111-270Diabetic Neuropathy Pain#111-270 
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Leg and foot pain can be devastating and debilitating for many diabetes patients. Signs of symmetrical peripheral polyneuropa...

 View Image #186-092Fever - Pediatric#186-092 
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Fever in pediatric illness is shown to be regulated by the hypothalamus of brain.
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