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Evaluation of psychosis

A primary syphilitic chancre of the lip.

CDC; used with permission

Evaluation of psychosis

Patient with Cushing syndrome before and after therapy.

From the collection of Ty Carroll and James W. Findling, Endocrinology Center, Medical College of Wisconsin; used with permission

Evaluation of psychosis

Linear parietal fracture without depression

From the teaching collection of Demetrios Demetriades, Division of Trauma and Surgical Intensive Care, LAC/USC Trauma Center, Keck School of Medicine at USC; used with permission

Evaluation of psychosis

MRI: T2 and T1 postcontrast, demonstrating a tectal glioma (grade II).

From the personal collection of Karine Michaud, University of California, San Francisco; used with permission

Evaluation of psychosis

MRI using FLAIR and contrast agent gadolinium showing typical lesions seen in MS in the periventricular regions.

From the personal collection of Lael A. Stone, Mellen Center for MS Treatment and Research, Neurological Institute, Cleveland Clinic Foundation; used with permission

Evaluation of psychosis

Secondary syphilis presenting pigmented macules and papules on the skin.

CDC/Susan Lindsley; used with permission

Evaluation of psychosis

Fracture of temporal bone.

From the teaching collection of Demetrios Demetriades, Division of Trauma and Surgical Intensive Care, LAC/USC Trauma Center, Keck School of Medicine at USC; used with permission

Evaluation of psychosis

Occipital fracture extending to foramen magnum: risk of brainstem compression by hematoma.

From the teaching collection of Demetrios Demetriades, Division of Trauma and Surgical Intensive Care, LAC/USC Trauma Center, Keck School of Medicine at USC; used with permission

Post-traumatic stress disorder

Three-dimensional MRI scan showing the limbic system, including the hippocampus (mid-brown)

Arthur Toga/UCLA/SPL