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Any Other Diseases Similar To Wilson Disease
See below: Some hereditary problems called leukodystrophies, association with toxins, like glue sniffing, medication reactions, such as anti-cancer drugs. And, of course, many peripheral nerve problems which can demyelination of distal nerves, such as chronic inflammatory demyelinating radiculoneuropathy. ...Read more
Other lymphomas: There are a dozen different types of lymphomas of which Hodgkin disease is one different disease. others are therefore called non-Hodgkin lymphomas. Anyone of them can be histologically and clinically confused with Hodgkin lymphoma. it takes a good pathologist to make this crucial distinction. ...Read more
Celiac Disease: Uncommon but possible: autoimmune disorders, bone disease (osteoporosis, kyphoscoliosis, fractures), certain types of intestinal cancer, low blood count (anemia), low blood sugar (hypoglycemia), infertility or repeated miscarriage, liver disease http://www.Ncbi.Nlm.Nih.Gov/pubmedhealth/pmh0001280/. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Patients with psoriasis have a higher risk of developing skin cancers and cardiovascular disease. For this reason, it is recommended that those with psoriasis get general skin checks at least once yearly, and establish care with a primary care doctor to monitor cholesterol and be educated on heart disease prevention. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes and no: Diabetes is serious, incurable, a major disturbance in metabolism, predisposes people to atherosclerosis, predisposes to small vessel disease, causes the kidneys to fail, compromises neutrophil function, is autoimmune (type i) or polygenic (type ii), is lifestyle-modifiable, and is common. It shares each with dozens of other diseses. Classroom compare-and-contrast work is for little kids. ...Read more
Can hepatitis b, tb, or other vaccination stimulate latent psoriasis or any other autoimmune disease that runs in the family?
See answer : Many mds hesitate to vaccinate patients (pts.) with inflammatory and autoimmune disease for fear of triggering flares of disease or because of possible contraindications with the meds pts. Take. In reality, it is quite uncommon. Hepatitis b and injectable seasonal flu vaccines are fine. The primary precaution/contraindication is giving live or attenuated vaccines (e.g. Tb) to immunosuppressed pts. ...Read more
Yes indeed: The most common by far is HPV causing cervical or anal cancer. Next probably is hepatitis B, which can prove fatal over time, either directly by liver damage or from liver cancer. Syphilis very rarely is fatal in adults, but occasionally causes congenital infection with fetal death (miscarriage or stillbirth). Extremely rarely, complications of gonorrhea, chlamydia, or herpes can be fatal. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
It is related 2 many: When you say "mersa" i presume you are referring to how many pronounce msra. Mrsa is a resistant form of a common skin bacteria. Just having it on your skin does not mean you will get an infection. But, it can cause many different types of infection. Most commonly skin but may cause others including lung, kidney and blood. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is digestive tract ulcers (rare) other than Crohn's or TB or other infectious diseases
that many GI specialists not undiagnosed after all tests?
Is going grain free helpful in auto immune sjorgens or other autoimmune disease if there is no known gut reaction or celiac disease?
There are many: There are well over 100 hereditary / genetic deficiencies in components of the immune system. Illnesses from malnutrition to cushing's suppress immunity. Different cellular components may become depleted in a host of illness or as a result of medication. ...Read more
Inheritance: A genetic disease is inherited in one shape or form from parents. They can be dominant, meaning that if you get the gene from one parent you have the disease. Usually in this case the parent also has the disease. They can be recessive, meaning you need to get the gene from both parents. Usually in this case both parents are unaffected carriers. Non-genetic diseases are seemingly random. ...Read more
Similar symptoms and symptoms of related diseases of liver disease (including Liver disease) Can you list them for me??? Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!
Leprosy, sarcoid: Disease caused by acid fast bacilli include human and bovine tuberculosis, mycobacterium-avium complex in patient with immune deficiency, like aids. There are also strains that cause skin ulcers. Leprosy is also caused by acid fast bacteria. Not an infection, but sarcoidosis has features similar to tb. ...Read more
No clearcul relation: Several genes cause early onset, familial alzheimer disease that contrasts with usual multifactorial, older age onset of the disorder. If you enter omim in browser, search on alzheimer, you can see descriptions like presenilin-2 that can cause heart problems as well as alzheimer. These alz-predisposing genes are not directly related to cancer but may accelerate aging and general risks for cancer. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can myotonia be confused with other neurilogical/ other much casual disease? Any help appreciated!
Are there serious dangerous STDs other than HIV, hepatitis and
pelvic inflammatory disease ?
What can they cause in critical cases?
Yes: Syphilis and gonorrhea are dangerous if left untreated with bad complications, and other STDs too, but we don't here much about those complications now given the widespread availability of medications and easy treatment once diagnosed, the problem is undiagnosed cases, partial treatment or treating only one partner not the other partner(s) ...Read more
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