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What Is The Average Age Of Children Diagnosed With Neuroblastoma
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What is the average survival percentages of an american adult with the most common types of cancer?
Difficult to say : Life expectancy has improved over the years for lupus patients. Used to, patients with lupus were more apt to die from complications of their disease and infections as a result of the therapies. Now with better recognition and therapy for lupus, we are beginning to see more death as a result of cardiovascular disease. Thus; it all the more important to have follow with your primary and your rheu. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Average?: Not really an average age. Cv dz depends on many factors: age, race, family history, lifestyle factors (diet, exercise, weight, smoking, alcohol, coffee, drugs), other health problems (diabetes, dyslipidemia, high bp), etc. Arteries may generally harden over time, but we'd like to prevent coronary artery dz in everyone. Even so, we describe CAD as premature before 45. Risk may triple every 10 yrs. ...Read more
At what age is ADHD usually diagnosed? My son is four and shows a lot of the symptoms of adhd. When can doctors diagnose ADHD in children?
Autism diagnosis: I agree with colleagues that autism is a life-long disorder. That said, keep informed with the latest autism news, join autism support groups, plan to reassess the diagnosis if there is improvement or decline in overall functioning . Get a second opinion. See: https://www.nami.org/Learn-More/Mental-Health-Conditions/Autism I hope this helps. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
No known cause: There is currently no known cause. A diagnosis is usually made after a psychiatrist or physician obtains a complete history and physical and bases the diagnosis on specific criteria. Often a test called the ados can provide further information in making the diagnosis. ...Read more
Not just the weight: but the maturity, whether term or preterm, lots of factors contribute, if acting fine, good APGAR score at delivery, full term, or preterm but reached certain maturity scoring, wasn't ill, didn't spend much in NICU, should be fine with normal growth and development, even babies born with extreme prematurity, with special care they achieve their potential and grow normally ...Read more
ADHD: Usually, we discover the problem when the child enters school. The signs may be: non stop motion, talking too much in class, not following instruction, not focusing on tasks that require long time of attention ( although these kids may be able to focus on games for hours and hours). ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What type lymphoma: There are several different types of lymphoma, and the prognosis varies a great deal depending upon the type of lymphoma and/or patient's characteristics, such as age and baseline state of health. In addition to Hodgkins lymphoma, there are so many types of non-Hodgkins lymphoma that it is even confusing for some doctors. The doctor who diagnosed the lymphoma is best person to ask re. prognosis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Too Complex for Data: There are too many variables to offer even a wild guess; such data more hollywood writers than physicians. Current age, age at onset, age when first started (before onset), how severe, how treated, in what ways, with what degree of success, potential complications of multiple interacting treatment strategies, how long would have lived without dm, etc. Are all huge & highly relevant variables. ...Read more
The incidence of AML: ...increases with age, and this poses a challenge because older patients are more likely have difficulties withstanding the side effects of standard chemotherapy treatments. The response rate of the disease to treatment is not so much determined by the age of the patient as it is by the type of AML, and it's genetic and histologic features. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Potentially curable.: Stage IIb Hodgkin's Lymphoma is considered advanced but very susceptible to chemotherapy and radiation, thus potentially curable. The 5 year survival rate for stage II is 90%. Having "B" symptoms can lower this excellent prognosis, but with more aggressive treatment, this is curable. ...Read more
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