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Images Dated 13th January 2003

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Gout Featured 13 Jan 2003 Print

Gout

Gout. Artwork of the bones of a foot, showing a tophus (swelling) due to gout. Gout is a metabolic disorder in which crystals of uric acid (magnified at upper right) precipitate in a joint, causing swelling (red) and excruciating pain. The pain and inflammation can be controlled with non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) such as aspirin. Gout is ten times more common in men than women, and can affect men at any stage of their life. It usually only affects women after the menopause. Most sufferers only have one or a few attacks. In the case of chronic recurrence, drugs that lower blood uric acid levels can be taken, and purines (such as caffeine) and alcohol should be avoided

© JOHN BAVOSI/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Petri-dish culture of Escherichia coli 0157:H7 Featured 13 Jan 2003 Print

Petri-dish culture of Escherichia coli 0157:H7

MODEL RELEASED. E. coli 0157:H7 bacterial culture. Gloved hand holding a petri dish culture of Escherichia coli 0157:H7 bacterial colonies, cause of foodborne illness. These cells are growing on agar-gel nutrient media. This E. coli strain was responsible for the outbreak of food poisoning in Scotland in 1996, when over a dozen people died & hundreds were taken ill. It causes bloody diarrhoea and occasionally kidney failure, particularly in the elderly & very young. The strain originates from the intestines of some cattle and spreads to contaminate beef and milk. Pasteurisation of milk and thorough cooking of all meat helps to prevent it's transmission

© Tek Image/Science Photo Library

Autosport International Show: Celebrities prepare to open the show with the novelty scissors Antonio Pizzonia and Murray Walker Featured 13 Jan 2003 Print

Autosport International Show: Celebrities prepare to open the show with the novelty scissors Antonio Pizzonia and Murray Walker

Celebrities prepare to open the show with the novelty scissors (L-R) Antonio Pizzonia (BRA) and Murray Walker (GBR).
Autosport International Show, Day Four, NEC, Birmingham, England, 12 January 2003.
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