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Osler's lesions found on the hand and fingers of a 43 year old male with subacute bacterial endocarditis.

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Výsledok vyhľadávania obrázkov pre dopyt marazmus

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COPD: Pink Puffer (emphysema) vs Blue Bloater (chronic bronchitis) illustration by Jorge Muniz

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ECG/EKG and the importance of Potassium (K+). In short, very important for sustaining cardiac rhythm.

A Silent Killer 277 95 27 There is no easy way to diagnose sepsis. The good news is you probably don’t have it, but here’s how to ask your doctor if you’re worried.