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Does Anyone Know About Bechets Disease
Rare & tricky: Behcet's is a serious autoimmune disease caused by the body's attacking heat-shock proteins. Almost all patients have white sores in the mouth, and often on the genitals. Arthritis &/or inflammation of the eye are also common, and since the disease involves blood vessels, almost any other organ can be affected. A needleprick may create an ulcer. See a specialist for treatment. ...Read more
Skin disease: •multisystem, chronic disease characterized by oral and genital mucocutaneous ulcerations, skin rashes, arthritis, thrombophlebitis, uveitis, colitis, and neurologic symptoms •rare in the us and northern europe; endemic in japan, the middle east, and the mediterranean region (along the former silk route) •rare in pediatric and geriatric populations •synonym(s): mucocutaneous ocular syndrome. ...Read more
While you're alive: Bechet's disease is a genetic predisposition to having intestinal polyps that can evolve into cancerous growth. You will need regular monitoring to take out these polyps before they turn cancerous but this is by no means guaranteed that they will become cancerous. I don't know tht it will curtail your life span if you watch your health conscientously. ...Read more
Kndly refer to erlier msg for smptms, space issue....Othr thn those hd all ars smptms ..All strtd aftr exposr, NT bechets..Nt hiv.All STDs neg.Thn wht?
Can't go back: We can't refer back to earlier questions. You'll have to repost your question and try to get it all into one box. ...Read more
I have high blood pressure recently. Continuos headache, light headiness, fatigue for around 2 months. Could i be anemic. I am Vegetarian with Bechets?
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Orthopaedic Surgeons: I admit my answer is (as all answers are) biased. Orthopaedic surgeons, neurosurgeons, rheumatologists, neurologists, physiatrists (rehabilitation doctors), and pain doctors (often anesthesiologists) are specialists, but internal medicine and family practitioners see an awful lot of back pain as well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I know there is no cure for canavans disease at the moment, however I want to know if there may be developments. Who knows?
?Gene therapy: Aka "aspartoacylase deficiency"or "aminoacylase deficiency" is a degenerative disorder of the nerve cells in the brain. It is an autosomal recessive disorder (when both parents are carriers, 25% chance of having an affected child). There is no cure-lithium citrate has been tried to decrease the level of n-acetyl aspartate. Gene therapy is in an experimental phase. ...Read more
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