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  • 101 Animal psychopathology — is the study of mental or behavioral disorders in non human animals.Historically, there has been an anthropocentric tendency to emphasize the study of animal psychopathologies as models for human mental illnesses [Owen, J. B., Treasure, J.L.… …

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  • 102 Detente (band) — Detente Origin Los Angeles, California, U.S. Genres Heavy Metal, Thrash Metal, Speed metal Years active 1984–2010[1] …

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  • 103 The End of Man — Infobox Film name = The End of Man caption = Theatrical release poster director = José Mojica Marins producer = Marciano Bley Bittencourt writer = Jose Mojica Marins Rubens Francisco Luchetti starring = José Mojica Marins music = Herminio Giménez …

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  • 104 Вальтух — (Адольф) профессор физиологии и гигиены (с 1876 г.) в Манчестере. Родился в 1837 г. в Одессе; изучал медицину в Киеве, Праге и Лондоне. В 1860 г. получил степень врача в Киеве, а в 1863 г. лиценциата в Королевской хирургической коллегии в Лондоне …

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  • 105 Вальтух, Адольф — профессор физиологии и гигиены (с 1876 г.) в Манчестере. Родился в 1837 г. в Одессе; изучал медицину в Киеве, Праге и Лондоне. В 1860 г. получил степень врача в Киеве, а в 1863 г. лиценциата в Королевской хирургической коллегии в Лондоне. Из его… …

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  • 106 Catalepsia — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda La catalepsia es un estado biológico en el cual la persona yace inmóvil, en aparente muerte y sin signos vitales, cuando en realidad se halla en un estado consciente, el cual puede a su vez variar en intensidad: en… …

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  • 107 Sacred Reich — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Sacred Reich es una banda de thrash metal formada en Phoenix, Arizona (Estados Unidos) en 1985. El bajista y cantante Phil Rind se interesaba en speed metal con letras sociales y relacionadas con temas políticos.… …

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  • 108 Падение дома Ашеров (фильм) — Падение дома Ашеров House of Usher …

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  • 109 Peaceville Volume 4 — Сборник различных исполнителей Дата выпуска 1992 Жанр Хеви метал Дум метал Симфоник метал Готик рок Рок Индастриал Лейбл …

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  • 110 cataplexy — n. [Gr. kata, down; plessein, to strike] Feigning death; see catalepsy …

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  • 111 cataleptic — See catalepsy. * * * …

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  • 112 acatalepsy — acataleptic /ay kat l ep tik/, n., adj. /ay kat l ep see/, n. Philos. an ancient Skeptical view that no more than probable knowledge is available to human beings. [1595 1605; ( < ML acatalepsia) < Gk akatalepsía, equiv. to akatalept(eîn) to not… …

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  • 113 cata- — a prefix meaning down, against, back, occurring originally in loanwords from Greek (cataclysm; catalog; catalepsy); on this model, used in the formation of other compound words (catagenesis; cataphyll). Also, cat , cath , kata . [ < Gk kata ,… …

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  • 114 Ecstasy — • Offers details of false views Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Ecstasy     Ecstasy     † …

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  • 115 Anaesthesia —     Anæsthesia     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Anæsthesia     (From Greek a, privative, and aisthesis, feeling).     A term in medicine, and the allied sciences, signifying a state of insensibility to external impressions, consequent upon disease,… …

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  • 116 Anesthesia — Loss of feeling or awareness. A local anesthetic causes loss of feeling in a part of the body. A general anesthetic puts the person to sleep. * * * 1. Loss of sensation resulting from pharmacologic depression of nerve function or from neurologic… …

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  • 117 Hypnosis — A part of healing from ancient times. The induction of trance states and the use of therapeutic suggestion were a central feature of the early Greek healing temples, and variations of these techniques were practiced throughout the ancient world.… …

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  • 118 bulbocapnine — Drug derived from roots of Corydalis cava and C. tuberosa (family Fumariaceae) and Dicentra canadensis (family Papaveraceae); blocks the effects of dopamine on peripheral dopamine receptors. * * * bul·bo·cap·nine .bəl bō kap .nēn, nən n a… …

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  • 119 catatonia — A syndrome of psychomotor disturbances characterized by periods of physical rigidity, negativism, or stupor; may occur in schizophrenia, mood disorders, or organic mental disorders. [G. katatonos, stretching down, depressed, fr. kata, down, +… …

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  • 120 catochus — The trancelike phase of catalepsy in which the patient is conscious but cannot move or speak. [G. katoche, epilepsy (Galen), fr. katecho, to hold fast] …

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