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Amnesia: Sources and notes

- C. Derouesné, Semiotics of memory disorders, Encyclopedia Médico-chirurgicale psychiatrie, 2007.
- Alzheimer's disease and related diseases: management of disruptive behavior disorders. Recommendation of good practice. HAS. 2009.

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Vitiligo: the psychological repercussions

We can talk about disability when we suffer from vitiligo. An aesthetic handicap that can lead to real psychological suffering. We sometimes quote the case of this baker, shunned by her clients, because she had vitiligo in her hands. But, one can think of all these young people (and especially young girls), who, towards twenty, begin to develop the disease, and the immense complexes which go with it
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Cheloid scar: the symptoms

The keloid scar is larger (wider and higher) than the classic scar. It extends beyond the initial limits of the wound. It is also distinguished by the following symptoms: Size Hypertrophic scars are limited to the initial site of the wound while keloids extend beyond the tension lines. The colour The color of the cheloid scar is often different from that of the adjacent normal skin: redder at first and then darker, sometimes orange, yellow or pink
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Ingrown nail

An ingrown toenail is one of those little sores that are especially disabling and painful. An ingrown nail in the foot remains a benign condition in most cases. However, it is better to worry about it early and to treat it properly, to prevent it from getting worse, and to cause unnecessary pain. An ingrown toenail is a small part of the nail that bends and enters the flesh causing inflammation
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Varicose ulcer: The causes

The causes of a varicose ulcer are related to venous insufficiency. In fact we speak mainly of factors favoring, more causes proper. Many factors may play a role in the development of venous insufficiency, which is the main cause of venous ulcers. On the one hand there are genetic factors: if in the close family of the person there have been cases of venous insufficiency, it will be more likely to develop one
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