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Loss of motor nerve cells in the anterior horns of the spinal cord (and the motor nuclei of the brain stem-not shown) results...

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How post opertative adhesions form between two peritoneal surfaces is shown in three stages. 1) Formation of a proteinaceous ...

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Allergens bind to specific IgE's, cross-link with receptors on mast cells, histamines produce inflammation, mucus, and plasma...

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Allergic Rhinitis: Image of man showing lungs and airway effected by allergic rhinitis.

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Child with stomach pain due to food allergy

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Four types of hypersensitivity reactions, Types I, II, III, and IV.

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A rash following administration of a drug and IgE –mediated hypersensitivity

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Features of Alzheimer's Disease

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As nerve cells fill with spidery threads they choke the cell's infrastructure, and the transport system and communication bet...

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An aortic aneurysm can occur in the abdomen or as shown here higher up in the chest or thoracic aorta. It is a bulge in the v...

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Heart aortic anerysms are dangerous because they can rupture.

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Traumatic perforation of the thoracic aorta

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An editorial on treating the child with an irregular heartbeat.
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