Human head and neck Mechanical anisocoria

Nader d. Nader, md, phd, facc, fccpNader d. Nader, md, phd, facc, fccp
My favorite analogy is that medicine is a carriage and science is a horse. Without the horse, the carriage comes to a stall. Therefore, the term Physician Scientist becomes a misnomer and with no interest in science. Mechanical anisocoria
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Gross anatomyGross anatomy
A tough outer coat which is transparent anteriorly. Mechanical anisocoria
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Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Science, KarnatakaRajiv Gandhi University of Health Science, Karnataka
Title of study : “a study to evaluate the effectiveness of structured teaching programme on knowledge regarding the importance of pupillary changes in neurological clients among staff nurses in selected hospitals at bangalore”. Mechanical anisocoria
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Extubation strategies in Neuro-Intensive care unit patients and associations with Outcomes (enio) – a multicentre international observational study Sponsor/FunderExtubation strategies in Neuro-Intensive care unit patients and associations with Outcomes (enio) – a multicentre international observational study Sponsor/Funder
Extubation strategies in Neuro-Intensive care unit patients and associations with Outcomes (enio). Mechanical anisocoria
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A protozoan parasite that infects nearly all mammalsA protozoan parasite that infects nearly all mammals
Long-term (chronic) disease—reactivation of infection (encysted Toxoplasma organisms); caused by decreased ability to produce a normal immune response. Mechanical anisocoria
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Vinnitsa National Medical University Course of NeurosurgeryVinnitsa National Medical University Course of Neurosurgery
Occt. Classification. The first urgent aid to the patient with occt. Initial surgical treatment of the penetrating and non penetrating wounds of the skull and brain. Plastics of defects of bones of the skull. Mechanical anisocoria
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Epidural hematomas are frequently followed by A. skull fracturesEpidural hematomas are frequently followed by A. skull fractures
Mechanical anisocoria
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Botulism is a disease caused by the neurotoxins of Clostridium botulinumBotulism is a disease caused by the neurotoxins of Clostridium botulinum
Clostridial spores are highly heat resistant and can survive up to 2 hours at 100° c with inactivation requiring exposure to a temperature of 120° C. Mechanical anisocoria
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