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10,391 Possible Causes for BRAIN

  • Dementia

    We report the clinical, neuroimaging, and neuropathologic characteristics of 2 patients who developed early onset dementia after a moderate-severe traumatic brain injury ([] DESIGN: The Brain Health Test (BHT) was developed by several experienced neurologists, psychiatrists, and clinical psychologists in the Taiwan Dementia Society.[] How your brain is nurtured throughout life is a really fascinating part of this story.[]

  • Meningitis

    Brain abscess is a focal infection of the brain parenchyma, commonly caused by bacterial, fungal, and parasitic pathogens.[] It may be fatal or cause permanent brain damage.[] […] the speculative nature of the sentient principle, Whytt was a clinician blessed with unusual clarity, and he is remembered today for his Observations on the Dropsy in the Brain[]

  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    Brain Behav Immun. 2008 Jul;22(5):769-80. doi: 10.1016/j.bbi.2008.01.004. Epub 2008 Feb 21.[] […] the dangers of ear infections, serious neurological complications, including hearing loss, facial paralysis, meningitis and brain abscess still occur, according to a report[] Living & Prevention Browse nutrition, safety & everyday child health topics How the body works An animated, interactive atlas of child anatomy and physiology expand_more Brain[]

  • Sinusitis

    The brain lies above the roof of the nose and sinuses. It is surrounded by a structure called the dura which contains brain fluid.[] Brain extension was noted in 33.7% of this cohort as well. Mucormycosis was an independent predictor of death (p 0.03), with an odds ratio of 3.835.[] Injury to the dura can allow this brain fluid to leak out and can allow infection to enter around or into the brain ( meningitis ). This is a very rare complication.[]

  • Endocrine Dysfunction

    Abstract Despite growing recognition among those who provide care for traumatic brain injury patients, endocrine dysfunction following brain injury is an often under-recognized[] OBJECTIVE: To identify the incidence of endocrine dysfunction in children following traumatic brain injury (TBI).[] Abstract New treatments for primary brain tumors have improved survival but quality of life may be impaired by neuroendocrine dysfunction.[]

  • Insect Bite

    Living & Prevention Browse nutrition, safety & everyday child health topics How the body works An animated, interactive atlas of child anatomy and physiology expand_more Brain[] However, some people who become infected with West Nile virus develop a life-threatening illness that includes inflammation of the brain."[] […] crotamiton works as a 'counter irritant', irritating the skin receptors to the point where they stop working, so no longer relay the alternating temperature signals to the brain[]

  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    Hyponatraemia and death or permanent brain damage in healthy children. BMJ (1992) 304(6836):1218–22. doi:10.1136/bmj.304.6836.1218 CrossRef Full Text Google Scholar 40.[]

  • Influenza

    Unfortunately, the patient died due to severe brain ischemia; a subsequent autopsy revealed marked alveolar hemorrhage.[] Internal Medicine, Korea University College of Medicine, Seoul, South Korea; Asia Pacific Influenza Institute, Korea University College of Medicine, Seoul, South Korea. 2 Brain[] The clinical manifestation and initial lesion on brain DWI mimicked top of basilar syndrome, but without an arterial occlusion or stenosis.[]

  • Viral Lower Respiratory Infection

    Brain , , I. Gregg , , S. J. Yealland , , and J. M. Inglis . 1975 . Respiratory viral infection in childhood. A survey in general practice, Roehampton 1967-1972 . J.[] Brain , , J. M. Inglis , , and S. J. Yealland . 1975 . Proceedings: the role of viral infection in asthma and bronchitis . Tubercle 56 : 171 . 56. Grist , N. R. , , E.J.[]

  • Urinary Tract Infection

    Cerebrospinal fluid examination and brain single-photon emission computed tomography showed no abnormalities.[] These may include urinary incontinence and mental confusion (caused by the bacterial penetration of the blood-brain barrier ).[] BACKGROUND: Neuropathic or neurogenic bladder describes a process of dysfunctional voiding as the result of injury in the brain, spinal cord or nerves innervating the bladder[]

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