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Paranoia: sources and notes

- F. Ferreri, Psychiatry, Medical-Surgical Encyclopedia, 2012.

- P. Le Bihan, Paranoiac Personality, Medico-Surgical Encyclopedia, 2010.

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Amnesia: Sources and notes - Diseases
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Amnesia: Sources and notes

- C. Derouesné, Semiotics of memory disorders, Encyclopedia Médico-chirurgicale psychiatrie, 2007. - Alzheimer's disease and related diseases: management of disruptive behavior disorders. Recommendation of good practice. HAS. 2009.
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Chronic sinusitis: sources and notes - Diseases
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Chronic sinusitis: sources and notes

Author : Sylvie Charbonnier. Expert consultant: Dr. Jean Yves Guillaume, ENT doctor. Last updated: January 2018, by Dr. Romain Boutonné. Sources: Antibiotic therapy in general practice in respiratory infections. Main messages of the recommendations of good practice. Afssaps, October 2005. Gilain L, Maxillary Sinusitis, EMC ENT Treatment, Elsevier SAS, 2005.
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Heat stroke: The causes - Diseases
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Heat stroke: The causes

Most often, the cause of heat stroke is related to a combination of circumstances: high temperatures, great physical effort ... Heat stroke occurs especially in summer, when it is hot and heavy (high temperatures and humidity): the body overheats and thermoregulation is disturbed. The causes can be quite diverse, but obvious: following great physical efforts (eg sports or outdoor construction work), the summer when a person stays in his caravan or under his tent in full sun, or in a car, during an intense sporting effort in the hottest hours of the summer, etc
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Kidney cancer: the symptoms - Diseases
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Kidney cancer: the symptoms

Kidney cancer sometimes evolves silently. The first symptoms of kidney cancer may appear only very late ... when they appear. And most often (almost every second time), kidney cancer is accidentally discovered, at the turn of an examination (an ultrasound or abdominal CT scan, asked for a problem unrelated to the disease, for example)
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