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  • Lemierre’s Syndrome - Mystery Diagnosis

    Lemierre’s syndrome (or Lemierre’s disease, also known as postanginal shock including sepsis and human necrobacillosis) is a form of thrombophlebitis usually caused by the bacterium Fusobacterium necrophorum, and occasionally by other members of the genus Fusobacterium (F. nucleatum, F. mortiferum and F. varium etc.) and usually affects young, healthy adults.

  • Common Variable Immunodeficiency Disease (CVID) - Mystery Diagnosis

    Common variable immunodeficiency (CVID) (also known as Acquired hypogammaglobulinemia) is a group of approximately 150 primary immunodeficiencies (PIDs), which have a common set of features (including hypogammaglobulinemia) but which have different underlying causes. Common variable immunodeficiency is the most commonly encountered primary immunodeficiency.

  • I Woke Up In A Morgue - Documentary

    This documentary follows those who suffer from the rare disease named Narcolepsy, Cataplexy. Cataplexy is a sudden and transient episode of loss of muscle tone, often triggered by emotions. It is a rare disease, but affects roughly 70% of people who have narcolepsy. Cataplexy can also be present as a side effect of SSRI Discontinuation Syndrome.

  • Cerebrotendinous Xanthomatosis - Mystery Diagnosis

    Ashley’s illness began with chronic diarrhea as an infant, and branched out to such diverse symptoms as ADHD and cataracts. Nissa, an ER nurse, took sick with the flu and was diagnosed with Lymphoma before swelling in her hands gave her illness away.

  • My Face Is Eating Me Alive

    Eight years ago, when Tare was 13 years old, she had a toothache. Her mum Thandiwe told her not to worry and that it would go away. Like many of Zimbabwe’s poor, she could not afford dental treatment. Unfortunately, Tare’s toothache did not go away, but instead developed into an aggressive swelling on her upper left jaw.

  • The Family That Walks On All Fours

    The Family That Walks On All Fours is a documentary that explored the science and the story of five individuals in the Ulas family in Turkey that walk with a previously unreported quadruped gait.

  • 20 Most Shocking Unsolved Crimes

    Some of the biggest unsolved crimes of recent memory are also some of the biggest stories of our time. The fact that no perpetrators were ever found, raises these cases to legendary status. Unsolved Crimes counts down the heists, disappearances, and murders that have captured public fascination for decades. Many of these stories have become the subjects of documentaries, others have become the focus of big budget films. The heists are sensational and the murders are sinister. The culprits may still be out there.

  • I’m A Child Anorexic - Documentary

    Documentary which follows the progress of 12-year-old Natasha and 13-year-old Naomi through their treatment at Rhodes Farm, a residential clinic which treats children with anorexia nervosa.

  • Beneath The 12 Mile Reef (1953)

    Mike and Tony Petrakis are Greek American father and son sponge diving entrepreneurs who find themselves in competition with the Rhys family, WASP fishermen who are prepared to resort to violence and even murder to maintain their established fishing grounds off the Gulf Coast of Florida. Run-ins between the two clans lead to an exchange of threats and all-out brawls. Further complications ensue when Tony Petrakis meets Gwyneth Rhys, and the two fall in love.

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