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Medicine For Genetic Brain Disorders
Depends: It depends on the specific disease you're referring to. Genetic tests may or may not be useful, but i would ask your physician regarding your specific condition or see a geneticist. ...Read more
Genetic brain disorder is a condition in which a person has a problem in the brain, related to a defect or mutation in his genes (DNA). Some conditions have symptoms in infancy, some appear gradually as a child grows, while other conditions show up in adulthood. These disorders include problems forming nerve cell connections, problems handling nutrients such as amino acids, problems getting waste material out ...Read more
What causes brain aneurysm and how to prevent them? Are they pathologic or genetic related disease?
Brain tumor is a genetic disease ?My father had this disease it may affect me in my future ? If yes means what i want to do?
Recommend evaluation: Most brain tumors are not inherited. But it depends on the type and other associated conditions a patient has. If there are many cancers in a family at an early age, especially if rare cancers, the risk of them being inherited increases. Only about 5% of brain tumors are linked to a genetic condition. But if you are worried i recommend genetic counseling at cancer genetics clinic. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: You are most likely dealing with the genetic inheritance. You might want to ask your neurologist for advice but I am not aware of any medication for this ; surgery has no place in this condition. I must say that cerebral atrophy at your age is a bit unusual. ...Read more
Good question: Cerebral palsy is a description of disorder in control of muscles that remains static. Most cases are due to some damage or malformation of the brain that leaves it as a chronic clinical condition. Some cases are associated with genetic syndromes and metabolic disorders. Some are due to trauma or due to stroke or due to brain infections. Genetic disorders may make them more prone to cp. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My husband has cerebral atrophy due to genetic inhrtance medicine gven by doctor NT benefiting. Is there any medicine or surgery to benefit him.
There is no treatmen: There is no treatment for cerebral atrophy, once brain cells have been lost the damage is permanent. Treatment is directed towards the symptoms and complications and includes 1 meds that change the amount of chemicals that control brain signaling or treat symptoms of cognitive impairment, 2physical therapy to improve function and ability to perform 3psychlogical counseling and support. ...Read more
What causes Brain Shrinkage in Young Men ? Besides Genetics im trying to avoid my Brain From Shrinking
I know that being good at math is genetic, but I was wondering if your brains plasticity could grow that region of your brain with hard work. ?
It is neither: Common, nor hereditary. There seems to be damage to genes, as in most cancers, and some forecast response to therapy (loss of chromosome 1). The dread glioblastoma, the far end of the histologic spectrum, has had very little progress therapeutically. Despite its local resistance, chemo approachs encourage many, but surgery and radiotherapy seem stalled. ...Read more
Yes.: In certain brain tumors, genetic mutations have been discovered. Some of these are 'passed down' from parent to child. Others are new and spontaneous. There are many different types of brain tumors, both benign and malignant. Each has its own unique genetic risk. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is psychosomatic genetics?
Is the main cause of psychosomatic the unbalance hormones in the brain or the trauma?
Rarely: Hi. Yes, there are genetic syndromes that cause pituitary tumors (MEN-1 is a famous one), but it's rare. If you have a lot of family members with pituitary tumors, however, all of a sudden it's odds go up! See an experienced endocrinologist! ...Read more
Generally not: Isolated pituitary tumors generally are not genetic. These are the majority of the pituitary tumors and include prolactin, growth hormone, and non-secreting pituitary tumors. There are associations with other tumors: the multiple endocrine neoplasia syndrome-1 (mens-1) that are believed to be genetic linked. This is inherited in an autosomal dominant fashion. ...Read more
Are astrocytomas genetic? My mother had one and I am wondering if I should get a brain mri, would that tell me anything?
Recently had a brain MRI said severe cerebell atrophy.Neuroligist said i was fine, don't worry, now mom diagnosed with psp. Is this genetic. She 78.
Huh? : "severe cerebellar atrophy" on MRI and you're fine? No balance, coordination, or speech problems? You might want to get a second opinion from a movement disorders neurologist to see if your mother's problem (and your mri) are related to a genetic spinocerebellar atrophy syndrome. (there is a decent wikipedia page on the sca's). ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have head problems since 2 yrs.Is it a tumor.Is brain tumor genetic bcz my mom was diagnosed with the same and passed away bcz of lung infection.
Probably not but...: Sorry about your mom. Rare types of brain tumors (about 5%) may have genetic increased risk but in 95% of brain tumors there is no increased risk to children. It is impossible for anyone here to know if you have a brain tumor but most "head problems" have other causes. Please see a good doctor who can learn more, examine you and do necessary tests to find the cause of your problems. ...Read more
From a medical standpoint, "genetic" refers to the potential heritability of various medical conditions. While some conditions are inevitable (at some point in one's life) as a consequence of simple genetic heritability (eg huntington's disease), a large number of medical conditions (including all behaviorial health disorders) are the expressed final pathway of a ...Read more
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