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Grippe

... More on grippe Influenza - or flu , acute , highly ... types designated A and B. Formerly known as the grippe , influenza is difficult to ... grippe , Fieber, Husten, Kopfschmerzen, gastrische ...

Infections

... " Viral Infections Inflammation Influenza "1 ( Flu , La grippe ) Influenza "2 (La grippe ) [Kellogg] ... Infections aiguës avec des symptômes soudains de ...

Infection

... S " Viral Infection s Inflammation Influenza "1 ( Flu , La grippe ) Influenza "2 (La grippe ) [Kellogg] ... infection , like the first stages of a cold that ...

Convulsion

... or she will probably be disoriented for awhile after awakening. Eclamptic convulsion s look no different from epileptic fits . The mother is grippe d by synchronised, repetitive, jerky and sometimes quite violent movement s involving muscle groups in the eyes , jaw , neck and limbs. An ...

Convulsions

... Loses muscle tone, breathes shallowly and has a weak pulse ... Eclamptic convulsions look no different from epileptic fits . The mother is grippe d by synchronised, repetitive, jerky and sometimes quite violent movement s involving muscle groups in the eyes , jaw , neck and limbs. An ...

Fits

... lungs are inflamed and may be swollen and clogged with mucus. Eclamptic convulsions look no different from epileptic fits . The mother is grippe d by synchronised, repetitive, jerky and sometimes quite violent movement s involving muscle groups in the eyes , jaw , neck and limbs. The ...

Influenza

... virus . The germ is quickly spread from an infected person to others by cough ing and sneezing . Signs/Symptoms ... INFLUENZA "1 ( Flu , La grippe ) SYMPTOMS"Prostration, fever , chills , high fever , sore throat , headache , aching behind the eyes with light sensitivity, abdominal pain ...

Jaw

... , swelling and resulting joint deformities lead to loss of motion because the joints don't move as well as they used to. The mother is grippe d by synchronised, repetitive, jerky and sometimes quite violent movement s involving muscle groups in the eyes , jaw , neck and limbs. ...

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