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sally Aug 15
In the 60s there was a medical diagnosis called Postvaccinal Encephalopathy. What happened to it? "Postvaccinal ... known to cause brain damage, convulsive seizures, blindness, deafness, paralysis, mental retardation, and possibly death."
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sally Jul 12
Collateral Damage: Meet Jennifer Edwards and her boys. “Why did she keep going?” “She didn’t know. She believed her pediatrician.”
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Andrea Apr 16
are mostly . can cause specifically an later diagnosed as .
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Benjamin Terrier Nov 19
Susac syndrome - By Clémence David (Fellow in Internal Medicine, Paris, France) - Therapeutic strategies may differ according to centres and countries 2019
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Nirbhai Singh Jun 18
It is Not and Encephalopathy is eminently treatable. The disease affected only 👉Malnourished Children👈 between the ages of two and 10...
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sally Jul 3
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Jude: Medical Freedom Activist⏳ Feb 27
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Conathan Jampbell Apr 19
This Viral Video Fails to Provide the Context Which Would Make This Story Compelling in Anyway
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JAMA Nov 9
use among patients with , particularly at higher doses, may be associated with an increased risk of
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Srinivasan Ramani Jun 19
The litchi connection to the tragic deaths of children in Muzzafarpur in Bihar. explains the distinctions between and and answers other questions.
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BLIPS Sep 24
A letter to Braissant et al. describing our clinical experience of in ⁩ ⁦⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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A Voice For Choice Advocacy Jul 23
Little girl suffers the morning after DTap , later diagnosed with which causes "symptoms similar to "; compensates family for daughter's .
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Hemant Shah Sep 27
Our theme of patient-focused interventions continues as my colleague Elizabeth Lee NP talks about how to effectively manage hepatic . 1️⃣treat precipitants 2️⃣educate patients, caregivers, their providers 3️⃣nutrition optimization
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Johannes W. Dietrich Jul 17
's and Seizure Disorders. A current review article including diagnostic criteria and convulsive complications:
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Ivan Casanova Nov 22
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Science Magazine Jun 18
Researchers discover that the dietary supplement augmented neuronal activity and normalized behavior in a child with mutation-associated , a severe neurological disability. Via .
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CL Medilaw Apr 4
?? Here are some of the @KnightsInjury team supporting in their first ever ! 😀 Join in if you can and tweet to show your support
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Andrea Oct 13
No political game involved. can cause an - a change in mental status later misdiagnosed as no brain or blood test exists "". Maybe what you have & people like Mia have aren't even the same thing? As Mia is unable to communicate as well as you do.
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ICU Charts Sep 29
Replying to @ICUCharts
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ACRM Athlete Development & Sports RehabilitationNG Jul 10
Chronic Traumatic 2019: Current Understanding and Knowledge Gaps Join us at the Annual Conference for this one-of-a-kind symposium on possible detection and diagnosis! Learn more and register:
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