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55 Possible Causes for rosebushes

  • Disseminated Sporotrichosis

    Infection commonly occurs when the skin is broken while handling plant material such as rosebushes, briars, or dirt that contains a lot of mulch.[nlm.nih.gov] Risk factors include people who handle plants like rosebushes and other items, such as moss or bales of hay; vocational outbreaks have occurred with rose gardeners, greenhouse[medicinenet.com] […] schenckii , found throughout the world; it is usually associated with minor skin cuts and scrapes that occur when handling vegetation (moss, hay, wood, sharp-stemmed plants like rosebushes[medicinenet.com]

  • Sporotrichosis

    Infection commonly occurs when the skin is broken while handling plant material such as rosebushes, briars, or dirt that contains a lot of mulch.[nlm.nih.gov] Risk factors include people who handle plants like rosebushes and other items, such as moss or bales of hay; vocational outbreaks have occurred with rose gardeners, greenhouse[medicinenet.com] […] schenckii , found throughout the world; it is usually associated with minor skin cuts and scrapes that occur when handling vegetation (moss, hay, wood, sharp-stemmed plants like rosebushes[medicinenet.com]

  • Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome

    Rosebush, P, Stewart, T. A prospective analysis of 24 episodes of neuroleptic malignant syndrome . Am J Psychiatry. 1989 ;146(6): 717 – 725 .[doi.org] Rosebush, MScN, MD, FRCP(C); Henry Rosenberg, MD; Perminder S. Sachdev, MD, PhD; Julian N. Trollor, MD; Varadaraj R. Velamoor, MBBS; Charles B.[psychiatrist.com] Rosebush , PI , Stewart , TD , Gelenberg , AJ ( 1989b ) Twenty neuroleptic rechallenges after neuroleptic malignant syndrome in 15 patients .[doi.org]

  • Catatonic Schizophrenia

    Rosebush PI, Hildebrand AM, Furlong BG, Mazurek MF.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] View Article PubMed Google Scholar Rosebush PI, Mazurek MF: Catatonia and its treatment. Schizophr Bull. 2010, 36 (2): 239-242. 10.1093/schbul/sbp141.[annals-general-psychiatry.biomedcentral.com] Rosebush PI, Mazurek MF. Serum iron and neuroleptic malignant syndrome. Lancet. 1991; 338 :149–151. [ PubMed ] 26. Rosebush PI, Anglin RE, Richards CR, Mazurek MF.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Malignant Catatonia

    Rosebush and colleagues 16 suggested that catatonia was present when three cardinal features (e.g., immobility, mutism, and withdrawal [with refusal to eat or drink]) or when[clinicalgate.com] Rosebush PI, Stewart TD, Gelenberg AJ: Twenty neuroleptic rechallenges after neuroleptic malignant syndrome in 15 patients. J Clin Psychiatry, 1989; 50: 295-298.[mhaus.org] Rosebush PI, Hildebrand AM, Furlong BG, Mazurek MF.[frontiersin.org]

  • Catatonia

    ROSEBUSH, P.I., HILDEBRAND, A.M., FURLONG, B.G., MAZUREK, M.F.[journal.managementinhealth.com] Rosebush PI; Mazurek MF. (August 1996). "Catatonia after benzodiazepine withdrawal".[en.wikipedia.org] Rosebush, M.Sc.N., M.D., FRCP(C) Teresa Rummans, M.D. Gerald Stober, M.D. Kenneth A. Sullivan, Ph.D. Michael Alan Taylor, M.D. Gabor S. Ungvari, M.D.[appi.org]

  • Pulmonary Sporotrichosis

    Infection commonly occurs when the skin is broken while handling plant material such as rosebushes, briars, or dirt that contains a lot of mulch.[nlm.nih.gov] Risk factors include people who handle plants like rosebushes and other items, such as moss or bales of hay; vocational outbreaks have occurred with rose gardeners, greenhouse[medicinenet.com] Sporothrix schenckii which spreads systemically via the lymphatics, especially in immunocompromised Pts Epidemiology Follows skin inoculation related to handling plants–rosebushes[medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com]

  • Benzodiazepine Withdrawal

    Rosebush and Mazurek , however, reported four elderly patients with catatonia after withdrawal of benzodiazepines, the only substance previously given [ 3 ].[doi.org]

  • Craniofacial Dysplasia

    Anderson KM, Shintaku WH, Rosebush MS, Rawal YB, Woodard ES. Melorheostosis and central giant cell granuloma of the mandible in a 15-year-old girl.[informaticsjournals.com]

  • Conversion Disorder

    Psychoanalysis is believed to be successful in treating 70% of conversion syndrome diagnoses (Rosebush & Mazurek, 2011).[theravive.com] Rosebush,M.F. Mazurek Treatment of conversion disorder Psychogenic movement disorders., 1.a ed., pp. 289-301 28. C.M. Stonnington,J.J. Barry,R.S.[revistapediatria.org] One study found that 80% of patients treated with hypnosis recovered from their symptoms and were still symptom-free six months after treatment (Rosebush & Mazurek, 2011).[theravive.com]

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