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Images Dated 22nd August 2003

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Olive Baboon - Close-up of face Featured 22 Aug 2003 Print

Olive Baboon - Close-up of face

LA-886
Olive Baboon - Close-up of face
Maasai Mara, Kenya, Africa
Papio hamadryas anubis
Jean Michel Labat
Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

© Jean-Michel Labat/ardea.com

Africa, African, Baboon, Baboons, Eye, Eyes, Face, Faces, Grassland, Grasslands, Head, Heads, Kenya, M Ammals, Maasai Mara, Mammal, National Parks, Primate, Primates, Savannah, Single, Staring, Wild Life

Artwork of Tourette syndrome sufferer speaking Featured 22 Aug 2003 Print

Artwork of Tourette syndrome sufferer speaking

Tourette syndrome. Artwork representation of a Tourette syndrome sufferer shocking and puzzling another figure as he speaks. Tourette syndrome is named after Gilles de la Tourette, the French neurologist who first described it. It starts in childhood with repetitive tics and grimaces, usually of the head and neck. Involuntary barks, grunts, or other noises usually appear as the disease progresses. In about half the cases the sufferer involuntarily uses obscene speech (coprolalia) as is depicted here. The syndrome is of lifelong duration but certain antipsychotic drugs can provide some relief

© PAUL BROWN/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Coloured X-ray of normal lumbar spine (lower back) Featured 22 Aug 2003 Print

Coloured X-ray of normal lumbar spine (lower back)

Lumbar spine and pelvis. Computer-enhanced X-ray of the healthy lumbar spine (lower back) and pelvis of a human. At top can be seen the lower ribs of the ribcage. The 12th thoracic vertebra (top centre) supports the lower 12th rib. Below it are the five lumbar vertebrae (L1 to L5, coloured green and pink). L5 (at centre) attaches to the sacrum (pink), five fused vertebrae. On either side of the sacrum are the pelvic bones (green/ blue/pink), two hip-bones which curve around and meet at the front. At lower left and right are the thigh-bones of the legs which articulate with the pelvis. The pelvis supports organs of the abdomen, while the spine supports the body and spinal cord

© MEHAU KULYK/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY