"Radiographic" refers to imaging modalities like x-rays, CT scans, MRI, etc.
"Progression" in medical terms is referring to progression of disease, where progression means advancing to the next stage, getting worse, etc.
Radiographic progression in the context of cancer would mean that based on X-rays, CT, MRI, etc, the cancer has gotten worse in some way. ...
Tarrare had 2 distinct symptoms: grossly increased appetite and excessive sweating, the same as another man from his time (late 18th century) - Charles Domery.
Other symptoms he had:
Wide jaw, abnormally large esophagus and stomach
Loose skin around his cheeks and stomach
Heavily stained teeth
Unusually soft fair hair
Bad body smell
Tarrare was a showman who was renowned for his insatiable appetite including eating cats, dogs, and snakes sometimes raw.
He is also said to have eaten many inedible items.
At the time, he was alleged to have committed cannibalism of a 14-month-old baby and was caught in the act of cannibalising cadavers by hospital staff.
He was given away as a ...
I'm not sure why "tyramine" is in the name "cholestyramine", but the molecular structure of tyramine is not present as part of the molecular structure of cholestyramine. Specifically, in tyramine the amino group is on the beta-carbon from the ring, and in cholestyramine the ammonium group is on the alpha-carbon (note the different number of points between ...