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Psychomotor Dysadaptation Syndrome (PDS)

medical illustration of Illustrates a sagittal section of lumbar spinal anatomy showing a permanently placed catheter for delivery of pain medication directly into the thecal sac and spinal fluid for severe, chronic pain management in end stage cancer.
Next medical illustration of Editorial illustration showing the right cerebral hemisphere of the brain with metastatic cancer highlighted editorially by yellow graphic rings. Metastatic tumors are the most common lesion in the brain. Blood vessels are shown to represent the blood brain barrier, which can be transiently weakened by chemotherapeutic, systemic-wide treatments, and allow metastatic tumors to get to the central nervous system.

Metastatic Tumors in Brain

Illustrates a sagittal section of lumbar spinal anatomy showing a permanently placed catheter for delivery of pain medication directly into the thecal sac and spinal fluid for severe, chronic pain management in end stage cancer.

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