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Bone dysplasia : You will find this article helpful. http://www.seattlechildrens.org/medical-conditions/chromosomal-genetic-conditions/apert-syndrome/ Please ask further questions or would like to discuss about this condition ...Read more
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What is the best perscription for the periformis syndrome disease.?What is something that makes me sure that I have this disease plus pain in leg.?
It depends: Piriformis syndrome is like sciatica. There is pain behind the hip in the buttocks, occasionally radiating into the lower leg. There is usually tenderness in the buttocks area along the piriformis muscle belly where it crosses the sciatic nerve. Treatment includes stretching or local steroid injection. An MRI will show if the piriformis is the source of pain or whether its something else. ...Read more
How is chronic fatigue syndrome diagnosed? How does it differ from epstein-barre syndrome/disease? How do they differ from myofacial pain?
Standard Criteria: Cfs is diagnosed using 8 general symptom questions (dyscognition, sore throat, swollen glands, muscle pain, joint pain, headaches, poor sleep, tired after activity) and 4 fatigue questions (not relieved by rest, not due to activity, impairment, worse with mild exercise). Ebv can start cfs but there is no persistent ebv. Myofascial pain is widespread pain that can be with or without fatigue. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Phony vs deadly: "Wilson's syndrome" is the invention of an independent medical thinker with no publication on the subject. People are asked to self-diagnosed based on a single low-normal body temperature reading and a huge list of symptoms. Wilson's disease is among the most treacherous illnesses to diagnosed, and if missed, produces a gruesome death. They're very different. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Extra Y chromosome: About one man in 1000 has an extra Y chromosome and it's likely to be discovered only if there's some investigation because of some problem such as autism. This has given rise to the myth that autism, criminal behavior and so forth are more common in such men. They average taller and tend to get worse acne. The "criminal" claims haven't held up to real science. ...Read more
XYY: Junior gets two copies of dad's y-chromosome. Most xyy's are discovered incidentally. Reports of low iq may be ascertainment bias. Nobody questions these boys / men are tall and have nasty acne that needs to be treated. Despite "pop" claims of criminality, there are some national studies in which no xyy could be found who'd committed a crime with a weapon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Usually non-problem: This is a man with an extra y chromosome. These men tend to be tall and to have more troubles with acne than others. A junk-science paper and a false claim by murderer richard speck popularized the myth that these men tend to criminality. If there are no health problems, xyy almost never gets discovered except by prenatal screening; in the latter case it usually causes no troubles. ...Read more
Similar to lupus: Reticular erythematous mucinosis (rem) frequently appears after intense sun exposure, or hormonal stimuli such as oral contraceptives, menses, or pregnancy. It may be related to lupus erythematosus, although lupus tests are typically negative. It often responds to treatment with anti-malarial medications. ...Read more
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