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Tissue (Definition)

The body is composed of tissue that are classically described as beiing derived from three basic embyonic layers known as the endoderm, mesoderm and ectoderm that then differentiate into the structures that compose the body such as skin, soft tissues, bone, muscle, organs, etc. Stem cells are not differentiated and have the potential to ...Read more


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I've been diagnosed with pots and a connective tissue disorder. The cardiologist said this could explain years of problems and pain. A geneticist is next.This has been so difficult. What does it mean?

I've been diagnosed with pots and a connective tissue disorder. The cardiologist said this could explain years of problems and pain. A geneticist is next.This has been so difficult. What does it mean?

Need to seek causes: Pots & connective tissue disorder are syndromes that may partly explain your problems but the deeper question is what is the underlying cause of these. Western medicine doesn't know, but a holistic doctor can explore issues like adrenal fatigue, heavy metal toxicity, food allergies, nutrient deficiencies & chronic infections that may lead to your problems being cured rather than treating symptoms. ...Read more

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Is there a connection between anklyosing spondylitis and connective tissue disorders?

Is there a connection between anklyosing spondylitis and connective tissue disorders?

Not that i have Cn.: It is a specific disease with a blood marker hla-b27. Not associated with other disorders. ...Read more

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Connective tissue disorders--are they genetic or autoimmune?

Connective tissue disorders--are they genetic or autoimmune?

Likley: A combination of both in which genetics predispose you but a trigger or exposure which your body encounters turns on the autoantibodies. ...Read more

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What specialists can diagnose mixed connective tissue disorder?

What specialists can diagnose mixed connective tissue disorder?

Rheumatologist: A rheumatologist is the specialist with the most in depth knowledge of connective tissue disorders. Caution: blood tests such as the rnp antibody do not diagnose mctd nor do they rule it out. The diagnosis must be made from the history and physical examination with blood tests playing a confirmatory role. ...Read more

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Is eds connective tissue disorder or what?

Is eds connective tissue disorder or what?

Yes: The disorder of eds is faulty or defective collagen. Therefore, it is a true connective disorder; but, it is not auto-immune nor is it inflammatory. It is a genetic abnormality. ...Read more

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What are the treatments for connective tissue disorder?

What are the treatments for connective tissue disorder?

Many and varied: There are many diseases considered as connective tissue diseases with varied symptoms and implications to health A disease may be mild severe or even life threatening. Treatment is based on the proper diagnosis of disease, the severity of the disease and the particular disease manifestations, all individualized to each patient ...Read more

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Mixed connective tissue disorder and exercise suggestions for maximum caloric burn?

Mixed connective tissue disorder and exercise suggestions for maximum caloric burn?

Aqua jogging, bike: Exercise limitations associated with mixed connective tissue disorder can be very variable. Some people may be capable of near normal exercise including running, jogging on a treadmill, and planning impact sports. Other people may be much more limited. Good low impact options include aqua jogging, biking (either stationary or regular), swimming, elliptical, and stair climbing. Your choice. ...Read more

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Ana 1280 speckled what are all possible causes? Is there any way it could not be a connective tissue disorder?

Ana 1280 speckled what are all possible causes? Is there any way it could not be a connective tissue disorder?

See details: There are too many possible causes to even begin to list them. The ANA must be evaluated in the context of the clinical symptoms. If your symptoms suggest a connective tissue disorder then the ANA is strong evidence confirming the diagnosis. If they do not, look for other causes. Have a rheumatologist evaluate the issue if you have not done so already. ...Read more

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Face turns fire engine red in aerobic class(look ill) even tho i'm physically fit. Could it be related to my mixed connective tissue disorder?

Face turns fire engine red in aerobic class(look ill) even tho i'm physically fit. Could it be related to my mixed connective tissue disorder?

Possibly: If you have a mixed connective tissue disorder you should be followed by a doctor. Go and see a rheumatologist and have them evaluate these symptoms. Don't delay. Hope this clears up quickly. ...Read more

Connective Tissue (Definition)

There are many types of connective tissue, but in general it is a mass of fibers and thick "goopy" fluids secreted by specialized cells. The body often uses connective tissue to help ...Read more


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Connective Tissue Disorders (Definition)

Could be abnormal formation of connective tissue or an abnormal reaction to your connective tissue where your body forms antibodies against yourself ie autoimmune ...Read more