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"Unraveling the Enigma of Spasm: Exploring its Many Faces and Effects" Hysterical epilepsy, permanent contraction: Delving into the perplexing world of spasm

Background imageSpasm Collection: Hysterical epilepsy, attack, contortions, fig. 3 from

Hysterical epilepsy, attack, contortions, fig. 3 from
REV287077 Hysterical epilepsy, attack, contortions, fig. 3 from Iconographie Photographique de La Salpetriere by Bourneville et P

Background imageSpasm Collection: Hysterical epilepsy, permanent contraction, plate XXVIII from

Hysterical epilepsy, permanent contraction, plate XXVIII from
REV287066 Hysterical epilepsy, permanent contraction, plate XXVIII from Iconographie Photographique de La Salpetriere by Bourneville et P

Background imageSpasm Collection: Hysterical epilepsy, face contraction, plate VIII from

Hysterical epilepsy, face contraction, plate VIII from
REV287044 Hysterical epilepsy, face contraction, plate VIII from Iconographie Photographique de La Salpetriere by Bourneville et P

Background imageSpasm Collection: The Conversion of Paul, 1515-17 (woodcut)

The Conversion of Paul, 1515-17 (woodcut)
5858422 The Conversion of Paul, 1515-17 (woodcut) by Grien, Hans Baldung (1484/5-1545); 29.7x19.7 cm; Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; German, out of copyright

Background imageSpasm Collection: Plate 544. Artificially-Induced Convulsions; A, B, C, While Lying

Plate 544. Artificially-Induced Convulsions; A, B, C, While Lying
3950520 Plate 544. Artificially-Induced Convulsions; A, B, C, While Lying, 1885 (collotype on paper) by Muybridge, Eadweard (1830-1904); 33.5x21 cm; Addison Gallery of American Art, Phillips Academy

Background imageSpasm Collection: Advertisement for Chlorodyne

Advertisement for Chlorodyne
An advertisement for Dr J Collis Brownes Chlorodyne, the best and surest remedy for all kinds of conditions, including coughs, colds, asthma, bronchitis, diarrhoea, cholera, dysentery, spasms

Background imageSpasm Collection: Cramp of the foot, satirical artwork

Cramp of the foot, satirical artwork
Cramp of the foot. Satirical artwork showing a man suffering an attack of cramp in his right foot, the toes of which have contracted in a painful spasm

Background imageSpasm Collection: Blood flow through a relaxed artery verus an artery in spasm

Blood flow through a relaxed artery verus an artery in spasm

Background imageSpasm Collection: Detail of deep back muscles with a close-up of sprain, strain and spasm

Detail of deep back muscles with a close-up of sprain, strain and spasm

Background imageSpasm Collection: Normal artery versus artery in spasm

Normal artery versus artery in spasm

Background imageSpasm Collection: Colon obstipation, artwork

Colon obstipation, artwork
Colon obstipation, computer artwork

Background imageSpasm Collection: Colonic spasm, artwork F006 / 2236

Colonic spasm, artwork F006 / 2236
Colonic spasm, computer artwork. The spasms are the narrowed areas at lower right and left

Background imageSpasm Collection: Colonic spasm, artwork F006 / 2233

Colonic spasm, artwork F006 / 2233
Colonic spasm, computer artwork. The spasms are the narrowed areas at lower right and left

Background imageSpasm Collection: Colonic spasm, artwork F006 / 2232

Colonic spasm, artwork F006 / 2232
Colonic spasm, computer artwork. The spasms are the narrowed areas at lower right and left

Background imageSpasm Collection: Colonic spasm, artwork F006 / 2234

Colonic spasm, artwork F006 / 2234
Colonic spasm, computer artwork. The spasms are the narrowed areas at lower right and left

Background imageSpasm Collection: Electroshock weapon being discharged

Electroshock weapon being discharged
Electroshock weapon. A salesperson discharging an electroshock weapon in the air, creating a large visible spark. Electroshock weapons discharge at about 200-300 kV but with sub-lethal voltage

Background imageSpasm Collection: Colonic spasm, X-ray

Colonic spasm, X-ray
Colonic spasm. Double contrast coloured X-ray of a spasm in the large intestine (colon). The spasm is the narrowed area at left. This could be caused by irritable bowel syndrome

Background imageSpasm Collection: Menstrual pain: womans hands holding her abdomen

Menstrual pain: womans hands holding her abdomen
Menstrual pain. A womans hands are seen holding her lower abdomen, while suffering painful cramps of the menstrual cycle. Lower abdominal

Background imageSpasm Collection: Menstrual cramps

Menstrual cramps
MODEL RELEASED. Menstrual cramps. Woman sitting on her bed pressing her abdomen

Background imageSpasm Collection: Menstrual pain

Menstrual pain
MODEL RELEASED. Menstrual pain. Woman holding her hands against her abdomen to relieve pain caused by menstruation. Lower abdominal and pelvic pain, known as dysmenorrhoea

Background imageSpasm Collection: Man with cramp

Man with cramp

Background imageSpasm Collection: Cramp treatment

Cramp treatment


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"Unraveling the Enigma of Spasm: Exploring its Many Faces and Effects" Hysterical epilepsy, permanent contraction: Delving into the perplexing world of spasm, where involuntary muscle contractions become a constant companion. Plate XXVIII from 'Hysterical epilepsy, face contraction': A haunting depiction that captures the anguish of those plagued by spasms in their facial muscles. Plate VIII from 'The Conversion of Paul, 1515-17 (woodcut)': Unveiling the hidden struggles faced by individuals battling spasms amidst their spiritual transformation. Plate 544: Artificially-Induced Convulsions; A, B, C, While Lying: Shedding light on medical interventions aimed at inducing controlled convulsions to study and understand spasmodic conditions. Hysterical epilepsy, attack contortions - fig. 3 from '. . ': Witnessing the chaotic dance of contorted bodies during an epileptic seizure caused by spasms. Advertisement for Chlorodyne: Exploring historical remedies like Chlorodyne that were once touted as a potential relief for those suffering from painful muscle spasms. Cramp of the foot - satirical artwork: Discovering how even comedic art can capture the discomfort and inconvenience caused by sudden foot cramps or spasms. Blood flow through a relaxed artery versus an artery in spasm: Analyzing medical illustrations to comprehend how arterial constriction during spasm affects blood circulation within our bodies. Detail of deep back muscles with a close-up of sprain, strain and spasm: Peering into intricate anatomical drawings to discern how injuries like sprains and strains can trigger debilitating muscular spasms in our backs. Normal artery versus artery in spasm: Contrasting visuals showcasing healthy arteries against those gripped by painful constrictions due to vascular spasms. Colon obstipation - artwork.