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- is a list of topics that have, either currently or in the past, been characterized as pseudoscience by academics or researchers. Detailed discussion of...
- decrease of all formed elements. In contrast, pure red cell aplasia is characterized by reduction in red cells only. The diagnosis can only be confirmed...
- that they believe contain some kind of fibers. Morgellons is poorly characterized but the general medical consensus is that it is a form of delusional...
- consumption compared to previous generations, the generation has also been characterized in the media as anxious and depressed. Some commentators attribute these...
- Collectivism is a value that is characterized by emphasis on cohesiveness among individuals and prioritization of the group over the self. Individuals...
- plasmacellularis is a cutaneous condition characterized by a benign inflammatory skin lesion characterized histologically by a plasma cell infiltrate...
- Five types of hyper IgM syndrome have been characterized: Hyper-IgM syndrome type 1 (X-linked), characterized by mutations of the CD40LG gene. In this type...
- Heat intolerance is a symptom characterized by feeling overheated in warm environments or when the surrounding environment's temperature rises. Typically...
- transition from an insulator region, characterized by localized states, to a very different metallic region, characterized by extended states, while in one...
- characterized by episodes of sustained upward deviation of the eyes. Symptoms normally appear in babies under one year of age and are characterized by...
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