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Time anoraks went into apoplexy after a dominant display - and there is plenty more where that came from.
When I was a lad at one of those grammar schools named after one of Henry's sprogs - Queen Mary's, Walsall - the head of history, the scholarly Mr AE Clark, MA, would have apoplexy if any boy dared suggest that Henry "divorced" any of his wives.
But at one time its popularity as a treatment for asthma and apoplexy led to it being almost scavenged to extinction.
Thickened sphenoid sinus mucosa along with sudden symptom onset suggested pituitary apoplexy. Endocrinologic evaluation revealed adrenal insufficiency (morning serum cortisol of 30 nmol/L) and diabetes insipidus (urine osmolality of 106 mOsm/kg).
A LOT of people seem to be working themselves into a state of apoplexy at the prospect of another EU referendum.
He died of "apoplexy" in November, 1864, and was buried at Brompton Cemetery, London.
The Manchester-born ex-sprinter had to be resuscitated, had several more seizures while in hospital and has spent the past week recovering after a pituitary apoplexy.
Campbell said in an interview with BBC Sport that he had suffered a pituitary apoplexy, a bleed into the pituitary gland at the base of the brain.
Pituitary apoplexy (PA) is a potentially life-threatening disorder caused by acute ischemic infarction or hemorrhage of the pituitary gland [1].
Of all adenomas in patients younger than 20 years, approximately 97% secrete hormones and 16% develop pituitary apoplexy (PA) (2).
But in an infamous finale, a Steve Wicks header and a last-minute Garry Micklewhite goal denied United the three points and sent Charlton into the realms of apoplexy.
Pituitary apoplexy is defined as an acute clinical syndrome characterized with headache, vomiting, loss of vision, ophthalmoplegia and clouding of consciousness.