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What bacteria is associated with GBS?, It's safe to do a LP when?, A traumatic tap means..., What does a VERY HIGH protein on spinal tap mean?, What is PCR good for testing in spinal tap?, What gives you a very low glucose on spinal tap?, What are some common viruses for lymphocyte predominant meningitis in a normal host?, What are some common causes of lymphocyte predominant meningitis in an abnormal host?, How do you tell enterovirus from Lyme?, What is the second most common cause of meningitis in adults?, What can be one of the side effects of immune reconstitution?, What should you think when you see a contrast enhancing brain lesion in a HIV patient on HAART? If you see multiple., How do you treat Bell's Palsy?, What is the differential for bilateral face weakness?, What are the most common organisms for bacterial meningitis?

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Madonna Enthroned Cimabue c. 1280-1290, Madonna Enthroned Giotto c. 1310, Lamentation Giotto 1305-1306, Cambio et al. Florence Cathedral Florence, Italy begun 1296, Betrayal of Jesus Duccio 1309-1311, Annunciation Simone Martini 1333, Peaceful City Ambrogio Lorenzetti 1338-1339, Ghent Altarpiece Jan van Eyck 1432, Deposition Rogier van der Weyden c. 1435, Last Supper Dirk Bouts 1464-1468, Giovanni Arnolfini and His Wife Jan van Eyck 1434, Man in a Red Turban Jan van Eyck 1433, Portinari Altarpiece Hugo van der Goes c. 1476, Unicorn Tapestry (Unicorn in Captivity) c. 1498-1500

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