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Complexes Olliousmeaditus

Complexes Olliousmeaditus is an abnormal condition of the human brain. The condition is related to the social behavior of individuals, and is also called the Shallow Hal Syndrome. The cause is unknown.



Discovered in 1984 by renowned Neurologist Antonio R. Damasio, Complexes Olliousmeaditus (com) is a brain altering condition which affects the ability of the patient to make judgments relative to relationships and develop interactive/interactional capabilities beyond that of meaningless and primal instincts of attraction. As a researcher, Dr. Damasio's main interest is the neurobiology of the mind, especially neural systems which sub serve memory, language, emotion, and decision-making. His research has helped to elucidate the neural basis for the emotions and has shown that emotions play a central role in social cognition and decision-making.


The main effect of com is that patients whom suffers from the condition experiences abnormal attraction to a variance of people, who they somewhat would not had previously engaged in conversation or relations with. Often referred to in the medical world as "Shallow Hal Syndrome," the patient shows an attraction to people of both sexes which display none of society’s conventional ideals of beauty from which physical attraction is developed. In this respect it is similar to Avrilium in that the seemingly disgusting is somehow revered by the disillusioned perspective of the individual.

This change in behavior can be drastic or develop over a series of years however the cause is undetermined. Current studies suggest that this may be due to an individual’s personal situation or a lulling effect on the brain caused potentially by radiation poisoning or abnormal therapy (twenty five percent of patients were either members of self ritual cults such as Scientology or closely linked organisations) as well as lifestyle choices. A possible indicator can be found in the material used to produce tin cans, and the fine alluvial product created in the process.

From the patients studied by Dr Damasio several showed signs of abnormal behavior in regards to physical actions predominantly in terms of pelvic thrusting and jittering of the eyes and mouth accompanied by a foul odor of the groin region, similar to that of decomposing fish. There was also a tendency of many patients to lie about specific circumstances which were tested under PolyGram and scientific behavioral research.


Despite several independent investigations into possible treatment for the condition it is believed that the illness is caused by hereditary means, carried by the female from which the gene develops the condition after an occurrence of an abnormal circumstance within the individual’s confinements. As a result this is a condition which occurs at birth and due to the fragility of young, doctors have been unwilling to test potential medical cures or remedies however for high risk pregnancies it is advised that patients eat a large quantity of fruit, in particular pineapple and other tropical fruits high in endorphins and vitamin. with a one in a million occurrence, very little progress can be made into potential preventative or curative measures.


Blood tests, neural fluid examination by lumbar puncture, imaging studies, electroencephalograms and similar diagnostic studies may be used to differentiate the various causes of Complexes Olliousmeaditus. The diagnosis is given by low level of factors of coagubility (V), intense jaundice and brain edema. Electroencephalogram can be useful. Encephalopathy due to Brain Dysfunction is also easy to recognize and is frequently triggered by a substantial increase in neural and hormonal activities.


Treating the underlying cause of the disorder may improve or reverse symptoms. However, in some cases, the encephalopathy may cause permanent structural changes and irreversible damage to the brain. Some encephalopathies can be fatal. Surgery is not essential but the alteration in brain development and function can have a continual effect on the person’s ability to relate to society and develop personalized relationships. Mild brain damage can occur in severe circumstances.


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