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Adalia Rose Progeria Disease
Huntington: The classic symptoms start after 30 depending on the number of repeats-the higher the repeats earlier age onset--but juvenile huntington start as teenager when repeats are above 55--an asymptomatic child does not mean he does not have the genetic disorder which will manifest latter--- another group of disorders huntington like start earler does not have the same genetic defect. ...Read more
Rare X linked pbm: Ip is a rare multisystem affliction that is seen in girl infants & fatal to males in the womb. Incidence estimates run 1/40000-1-50000 births. It appears sometimes as a blistering rash, warty or just increased pigmentation in a swirling or streaking pattern. For a more see: www.Ncbi.Nlm.Nih.Gov/pmc/articles/ pmc2729954/?Tool=pmcentrez. ...Read more
In creutzfeldt jacob disease (cjd) and/or new variant cjd, is the classical/alternate complement pathway negatively affected in any way?
No: There's no inflammatory response to the prions. Given that everything affects everything else in a petri dish (which is why everything supposedly causes and prevents cancer), i must advise you that this line of inquiry isn't going to lead to anything helpful. I'm glad you have an inquiring mind, thanks for asking. ...Read more
Not specificly: The sporadic occurrence of congenital heart disease in a baby is influenced by many factors including heredity & toxic exposure. Maternal /paternal age at conception does not seem to have a direct influence unless a chromosome defect comes into play. Then advanced maternal age increases risk of trisomy & each chromosome defect has a higher risk of a heart defect. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes: Wegener's granulomatosis with polyangiitis is an incurable form of vasculitis (inflammation of blood vessels) that affects the lungs, kidneys, and other organs. Due to its organ damage, it is life-threatening and requires long-term immunosuppression. Five-year survival is up to 87%, with some of the mortality due to toxicity of treatment. Since that is an average figure, some will live longer. ...Read more
No: Huntington disease is a slowly progressive neurodegenerative disorder that is inherited in an autosomal dominant pattern. It affects men and women equally. Prevalence in the us is estimated at about 7 per 100, 000. There is no cure, or long term disease modifying treatments for this disease. ...Read more
Google Question: On veterinarian disease.Get a more detailed answer ›
First most do not : Need any surgery unless approaching a very significant degree of kyphosis with yours being a low normal range rather than an abnormal one. Usually you need to be in the range of 70 degrees or more and be symptomatic otherwise this is generally well tolerated with weight control and regular exercise. ...Read more
Is lou gherigs disease ALS possible in children such as a 3 yr old? If so, how rare? Statistics of this happening tona small child?
Virtually zero: The risk is zero.Get a more detailed answer ›
PBC Dupuytrens: Una ware of this association will check ...Read more
Ate marshmallows roasted w/ fake fire log. Company says 'non toxic waxes' "california proposition 65... By-products known to cause cancer." concern?
Once?: If you did this once, it is probably not a problem. But burning those fake fire logs in the house often may increase your risk. There are a lot of other ways to decrease your cancer risk, so this is probably not a big deal. Eat healthy, avoid stress, get plenty of rest. These are your best bets for decreasing your risk of cancer. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Common: I've seen anxiety as a common symptom of ad. It never has the depth that anxiety has in younger patients i.e. To explore psychosocial factors and give simple medication treatments. It is most likely a CNS connection but look at vascular and other organ systems for imbalance. Some older people are more affected by the somatic. Consider depresson and psychotic features. Treat symptoms, low doses. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer