Case 1: Hippel-Lindau disease (try)The patient presents various neoplasms including retinal hemangioblastoma, renal and pancreatic cysts, and hemangioma of the spinal cord.
Case 2: Eye Infections, Viral (try)Severe inflammation in various parts of the eye: conjunctiva, iris, eyelids, etc.
Case 3: Myocardial Infarction (try)Respiratory insufficiency associated with chest pain for months or longer. Overweight.
Case 4: Anorexia (try)Dramatic weight loss. Frequent skipping of meals, with excuses for not eating. Eating only a few foods, especially those low in fat and calories. Decreased sexual desire.
Longer and detailed patient histories and diagnoses can be found in: University of Pittsburgh (School of Medicine, Department of Pathology)
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