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Synonyms for brain

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the seat of the faculty of intelligence and reason

the faculty of thinking, reasoning, and acquiring and applying knowledge

a person of great mental ability

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someone who has exceptional intellectual ability and originality

the brain of certain animals used as meat

hit on the head

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kill by smashing someone's skull

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She claims no one told her they suspected the baby had mastoiditis, a serious bacterial infection of the the bone behind the ear, which can lead to complications, such as brain abscesses.
Patients with meningitis, brain abscess, encephalitis were presented with fever.
infection in humans * Underlying Year Age, condition or (reference) y/sex Country context 2017 (this 52/F France HIV, living in study) Mali 2015 (this 63/F France Leukemia, study) recent travel to Senegal 2005 (2) 38/M Germany HIV, travel to Nigeria 2005 (5) 40/M United States HIV 2000 (3,4) 32/M United States Travel to Nigeria 1994 (3) NA/M United States HIV 1982 (1) 24/M United States Travel to Africa Year Positive (reference) Species Localization samples 2017 (this Nannizziopsis Brain abscess Cerebral study) sp.
A year after the listeria brain abscess diagnosis, the patient does not show any significant neurologic deficits and is able to carry out all activities of daily living.
Septic embolization may cause ischemic stroke, mycotic aneurysm, intracranial hemorrhage, meningitis, and brain abscess [8, 9].
Contrast-enhanced CT of the head showed a well-defined lesion, with thin, ring-like enhancement pattern in the right basal ganglia with perilesional edema, which compressed right lateral ventricle with midline shift towards left and was given the possibility of brain abscess (Figure 6).
CGD may manifest as pneumonia, lymphadenopathy, liver abscess, soft tissue infection, osteomyelitis, suppurative arthritis, brain abscess, gastrointestinal infection, and organomegaly in decreasing order.
Objective: To determine the clinical outcome of burr-hole aspiration of brain abscess.
Pyogenic brain abscess. Neurosurg Focus 2008; 24: E2.
Other neurologic complications include meningoencephalitis, myelitis-radiculoneuritis, brain abscess, and epidural abscess; SDE is rare.
In 93% of cases, a primary focus of infection has been identified prior to the brain abscess (14,15).
While early detection using CT scans and subsequent antibiotic treatment have helped lower the mortality associated with brain abscess, the case fatality rate remains around 20% [1].