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Finally, 2D time-of-flight imaging is utilized to help differentiate a normal appendix from other tubular mimickers such as pelvic varices.
Mimicker works like a normal alarm app, the only difference here is you'll have to play a game in order to stop the alarm.
Back pain from diskitis is another mimicker for weakness.
Spitz nevus is a well-known mimicker of melanoma, although Dr.
Neoplastic mimickers of characteristic features of TB spondylitis TB spondylitis characteristi Neoplastic mimicker Pre/paravertebral abscess Ewing's cystic degeneration (4) Rim enhancement of abscess Cystic neuroblastoma/Ewing's (5,4) Extension beyond level of Neuroblastoma (5) bone destruction Multifocal Neurofibromatosis, (8) neuroblastoma (5) Disc involvement Metastases (3)
The disease has been called the great mimicker, with a wide range of clinical syndromes including pneumonia, visceral abscesses, soft tissue infections, septic arthritis, and septicemia (1,3,5).
INTRODUCTION: Tuberculosis is called the great mimicker because of its potential to involve any organ and mimic other illness.
Eosinophilic granuloma (EG) could also be called the great mimicker of osseous lesions.