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Handling Factor Viii Deficiency Condition
Antibody to factor: Viii protein. People who are deficient in factor viii, i.e., have severe hemophilia, are treated with infusion of factor viii. Some make antibodies to factor viii and inhibit its function and are called factor viii inhibitors. Rarely non-hemophiliac can also develop such an inhibitor. ...Read more
What is Crohn's disease? Is b 12 deficiency associated with chrohns? Is claustrophobia panic attacks with phobia caused by vit b deficiecy ?
Chrohn's and B-12: Chrohn's is complex, but in short: inflammatory, immune system overdrive in GI tract. Damage to intestine lessens absorption of B-12 and less nutritional intake combined cause deficiency. And, YES, it can lead to mental health issues. B-12 (+ others) is essential to good nervous system function. 2 Links: B12patch.com AND http://www.livestrong.com/article/316721-crohns-disease-a-b12-deficiency/ ...Read more
Vitamin deficiency: Not usually. Vitamin deficiencies are usually due to dietary deficiencies, but rarely can be related to problems absorbing nutrients. That may be due to a genetic defect. ...Read more
I Don't Think So: I'm guessing a bit as to what you mean by your question. Sickle cell anemia is caused by a gene mutation on both copies of the beta globin gene. In that sense it is a genetic disease. However, a number of other factors, some of them environmental, can influence the type and severity of problems that patients with ssa have. ...Read more
Higher risk of bleed: ... is a concern. A select factor deficiency (missing, depleted or inhibited for various reasons) can adversely impact at least 1 of 3 pathways that prevent bleeding. Some factor deficiencies are more serious than others. The surgeon usually consults a hematologist in these cases so that there are no problems during or around the surgery. No excess bleeding w/ any prior surgery = good omen. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Clear definition: Immune deficiency means that there is a defect in the immune system, and the person is more susceptible to have infectious diseases and cancer. There are ways to help be free of infections. Autoimmunity is a disorder in which the immune system attacks one or more of our own organs, due to a defect of regulation/tolerance. Treatment is with medications to suppress the immune responses. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is a simple coagulation lab test (PT/PTT INR & Fibrinogen) sufficient to diagnose Protein C,
&/or Factor V leidmen mutation disorders?
Factor VIII: Concentrate. Factor viii is prepared by recombinant technology, though it may also be extracted from human plasma. Depending on the severity of deficiency, factor viii may be given prophylactically or to treat episodes of bleeding. The drug is given intravenously. ...Read more
Addisions is genetic: In 2012 the answer is usually yes. Tuberculosis caused dr. Addison to describe the condition. Now it is any failure of the adrenal glands. Today it does run in families where autoimmune diseases occur. (thyroid, diabetes, adrenal, celiac, etc). ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
We don't: Megaloblastic anemia caused by B12 deficiency is treated with b12. Folate (folic acid) deficiency also causes meg. Anemia. Some with B12 deficiency are also deficient in b12, but if one has low B12 ; isn't deficient in folate (folic acid) there's no need to supplement with it. But it won't hurt to take folate (folic acid);if you're among the 1/3 of people with problems converting Folic Acid to it's active form you should take l-5-mthf. ...Read more
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