... for diagnosis
3.4 Diabetic ketoacidosis and coma
3.5 Hyperosmotic diabetic coma
4 Long-term ... Early symptoms of impending diabetic coma
include polyuria, nausea, vomiting and abdominal ...
... as hypoglycemia or, in cases producing unconsciousness, hypoglycemic coma
(formerly termed insulin shock from the most common causative agent). ... type 1
diabetes mellitus type 2
... very narrow. That is, in order to obtain the same level of intoxication, the tolerant abuser may raise his or her dose to a level that may result in coma
or death. Although many individuals have taken barbiturates therapeutically without harm, concern about the addiction potential (withdrawal symptoms ...
... Non-Human Primate Brain Atlases
BrainInfo for Neuroanatomy
Regions in the human brain
The Memory-Prediction Framework
Persistent vegetative state
Traumatic brain injury
... . There may be the feeling of tingling in the skin, particularly with malaria caused by P. falciparum . Complications of malaria include coma
and death if untreated—young children are especially vulnerable.
Other mammals ( bats , rodents , non-human primates ) as well as birds ...
... sometimes complicated by jaundice with liver failure and/or renal insufficiency with proteinuria. If the disease progresses, delirium, seizures and coma
ensue. Hypotension and dehydration are also common. Mortality is around 5%. Patients who die usually do so within six to seven days from the onset.