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Doctor insights on: Pallister Killian Syndrome Prognosis

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Is pallister killian syndrome curable?

Is pallister killian syndrome curable?

No: Pallister killien is a random defect of the 12th chromosome. It has muliple far reaching effects. It is evidenced by hypotonia, developmental delay, itellectual impairment, coarse features, sparse hair. It is not hereditary. Once a person has it one can only cope with the defect to try to ameliorate the symptoms, ie hearing defects with a hearing aid, etc. ...Read more

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Prognosis (Definition)

The prognosis is the predicted outcome or "forecast" for a disease or process. It is only an estimate but is likely based on past experience or data taking into account the individual's overall health status. It may suggest progression of disease ...Read more


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Can pallister killian syndrome be cured?

See a doctor: I think you mean foster kennedy syndrome in which an enlarging brain tumor obstructs one optic nerve causing atrophy to that nerve, and also causes elevation of the pressure in the brain causing optic nerve edema (papilledema) in the other nerve. This is a rare circumstance which requires immediate attention by a neuro-ophthalmologist or neurosurgeon. ...Read more

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How is palliser killian syndrome treated?

How is palliser killian syndrome treated?

Medically and surgic: It is a chromosomal disorder which results from an extra anomalous chromosome. Sometimes it can be detected prenatally by ultrasound. There are specific and varied physical features that identify the syndrome. ...Read more

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What is turners syndrome prognosis?

What is turners syndrome prognosis?

Turner's Syndrome: The prognosis for turner's syndrome diagnosed at birth is usually good. They will be short. They have streaked gonads. They can have a webbed neck. There can be lymphedema. There can be associated perceptual problems. They are not necessarily mentally retarded. There can be coarctation of the aorta. ...Read more

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Is munchausen syndrome curable?

Is munchausen syndrome curable?

Yes, with difficulty: Munchaussen's syndrome is difficult to treat because, in most cases, the individual really does not want to get treatment. Once he/she does want treatment it can be treated with depth insight-oriented psychotherapy. ...Read more

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Goldenhar syndrome treatment?

Goldenhar syndrome treatment?

Birth defect: Congenital birth defect that affects the development of the ear, nose, mandible, and palate. ...Read more

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Which person discovered crouzonodermoskeletal syndrome (crouzon syndrome)?

Which person discovered crouzonodermoskeletal syndrome (crouzon syndrome)?

Crouzon: Crouzon craniofacial dysostosis was described by crouzon in 1912. The genetic cause was not identified until 1994 and the credit goes to a number of different geneticists - reardon and preston independently helped narrow the genetic inheritance to the fgfr2 gene. ...Read more

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What is gillian barre syndrome?

What is gillian barre syndrome?

Autoimmune: An autoimmune disease that attacks the myelin sheaths on your peripheral nerves. Usually starts in feet an ascends. Sometimes starts in the eyes. ...Read more

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Who discovered crouzonodermoskeletal syndrome (crouzon syndrome)? What is it?

Who discovered crouzonodermoskeletal syndrome (crouzon syndrome)? What is it?

Crouzonodermoskeleta: Crouzonodermoskeletal syndrome involves premature joining skull bones & acanthosis nigricans. Louis edouard octave crouzon (1874–1938) published “une nouvelle famille atteinte de dysostose cranio-faciale héréditaire” in archives de médecine DES enfants, paris, in 1915. So I am guessing that he discovered crouzon syndrome prior to that publication. ...Read more

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Ramsay hunt syndrome recovery probability?

Ramsay hunt syndrome recovery probability?

Ramsay Hunt Type II: is caused by reactivation of the Varicella or Chickenpox virus in the geniculate ganglion, a collection of of nerve cells & fibers of the Facial Nerve. Prognosis depends on age, competence of immune system, extent & severity of impairments from Facial Nerve damage. Milder cases treated with antiviral medication & steroids within 3 days of symptom onset have a 70-75% chance of recovery. ...Read more

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Anyone treated hellp syndrome?

Anyone treated hellp syndrome?

Yes: The cure for hellp syndrome is delivery. The good news is it usually develops late in the pregnancy. Although the baby maybe premature, many of them will do fine. Your doctor may give steroids in order to help the baby's lungs mature more quickly. Medication maybe used to control blood pressure, prevent seizures, and correct problems with blood clotting. Transfusion of blood poducts maybe needed. ...Read more

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What is smith lemli opitz syndrome?

What is smith lemli opitz syndrome?

Inherited Condition: 1 / 20, 000- 60, 000 newborns are born w/ this condition which can cause malformations of heart, lungs, kidneys, gut & genitalia. Affected babies often have small head size, fused second & third toes &sometimes extra fingers and toes. There can be learning and behavior problems from mild to approaching autism in severity. Infants may grow more slowly, have weaker muscle tone, & have feeding issues. ...Read more

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How was crouzonodermoskeletal syndrome discovered?

How was crouzonodermoskeletal syndrome discovered?

Genetic evaluation: A clinical geneticist observed a person with Crouzon disease, and noticed acanthuses nigricans with no diabetes. Published the association. Then a second case report. finally enough for the splitters to win, and they made up the godawful name, which seems to be attracting a lot of questions suddenly, and I really would like to know if this is cause some biology professor handing out homework. ...Read more

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How is Stockholm syndrome diagnosed?

Stockholm: By initially noticing the victim being sympathetic toward his/her captors, AKA identification with the aggressor. ...Read more

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What is antiphospolipid syndrome (hughes syndrome)?

What is antiphospolipid syndrome (hughes syndrome)?

Antiphospholipids: An autoimune disorder characterized by antibodies to certain phopholipids that predisposes to clotting problmes and pregnancy complications. A certain percentage will develop into systemic lupus. ...Read more

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What are frey syndrome, horner's syndrome and shy-drager syndrome?

What are frey syndrome, horner's syndrome and shy-drager syndrome?

What do they have in: They all have abnormalities of autonomics and other nervous sytem problems. ...Read more

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Does reye syndrome kill?

Does reye syndrome kill?

It Can: Reyes syndrome has neurological and hepatic complications. Often triggered by thye use of Aspirin with the existance of certain infections such as chicken pox or perhaps even influenza. Death can occur. ...Read more

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Polymyositis life expectancy with sjogren's syndrome? What is prognosis?

Depends: On the course of the disease, organ involvement, baseline health status, the aggressiveness of the condition, and many other factors (response to treatment, etc.). ...Read more

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Pallister Killian Syndrome (Definition)

mosaicism,extra chromosome 12p ...Read more