Other Names: "Schleiferella lacrimalis" Rajendram et al. 2001 ATCC 51171 CCUG 31350 CIP 103724 DSM 7455 GIFU 7667 GIFU:7667 JCM 8139 NCTC 13149 Peptoniphilus lacrimalis Peptoniphilus lacrimalis (Li et al. 1992) Ezaki et al. 2001 Peptostreptococcus lacrimalis Peptostreptococcus lacrimalis Li et al. 1992 Schleiferella lacrimalis
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Citizen Science 2.0 Explorer. List is restricted to associations with a high count and a change of random occurance greater than 1 in 100.
|Neurological: Word-finding problems||Between 50%ile to 100%ile||1 to 733.9|
|Autonomic: Blurred or tunnel vision after standing||Between 50%ile to 100%ile||1 to 256.9|
|Autonomic: Dizziness or fainting||Between 50%ile to 100%ile||1 to 234.4|
|Neurological-Vision: Blurred Vision||Between 50%ile to 100%ile||1 to 213.8|
|Neurocognitive: Difficulty expressing thoughts||Between 50%ile to 100%ile||1 to 192.5|
|Neurological: Short-term memory issues||Between 50%ile to 100%ile||1 to 165.6|
|Post-exertional malaise: Mentally tired after the slightest effort||Between 50%ile to 100%ile||1 to 165.6|
|Onset: 2000-2010||Between 50%ile to 100%ile||1 to 131|
|Autonomic: Nausea||Between 50%ile to 100%ile||1 to 131|
A P-value below 0.0001 is the recommended threshold. A larger R-Square value means a stronger relationship. This is unpublished data using Properitary Artificial Intelligence.
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