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Doctor insights on: Zollinger Ellison Syndrome In Children

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How is zollinger-ellison syndrome diagnosed?

How is zollinger-ellison syndrome diagnosed?

ZE: This is diagnosed by performing a blood test to look for high levels of gastrin (the hormone secreted by gastrinomas). Your doctor may also ask to perform tests to measure how much acid your stomach is producing. ...Read more

Dr. Debra Rosenblatt
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Zollinger Ellison Syndrome (Definition)

Zollinger Ellison syndrome - condition with 1 or > tumors ...Read more


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Could zollinger-ellison syndrome cause death?

Could zollinger-ellison syndrome cause death?

It can and it does: Ze patients eventually bleed to death from their eroded stomach linings, if they have not died first as a result of malnutrition from their damaged gut or the direct effects of their tumor. These folks also often have pituitary tumors and parathyroid disease, both life-threatening. Thankfully, ze is generally manageable. I admire your strength in asking -- be brave and beat this thing. ...Read more

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What is zollinger-ellison syndrome likely to do to you?

What is zollinger-ellison syndrome likely to do to you?

Hormone made: Cells make a hormone that cause acid to be secreted from stomach and causes ulcers. The cells can be in stomach pancreas or lymph nodes. ...Read more

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Is it possible for kids to have zollinger ellison syndrome?

Is it possible for kids to have zollinger ellison syndrome?

Yes: It is possible but very rare. ZE syndrome is rare by itself. Pediatric cases are less than 2% of all Zollinger-Ellison cases. But it is possible. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: Zollinger Ellison syndrome?

Zollinger Ellison: Zollinger Ellison syndrome - condition with 1 or > tumors in pancreas or duodenum. ...Read more

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What is the treatment for zollinger-ellison syndrome?

Rare: This is a rare condition of a tumor producing a hormone gastrin, causing too much acid in the stomach, possibly leading to a bad stomach ulcer condition. There can be medical treatment to reduce the acid production. If a specific tumor can be located, then surgical excision is performed if it can be safely performed. ...Read more

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How does weight loss occur in zollinger-ellison syndrome?

How does weight loss occur in zollinger-ellison syndrome?

Vomiting: If you have bad gastric ulcers, abdominal pain, and vomiting all the time, it can be hard to keep food down. This would be a severe case. ...Read more

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Chromogranin a 3000, no zollinger-ellison syndrome or men 1. ideas? Egd, colonoscopy, sandostatin, (octreotide) ct. Contrast. Mystery

Chromogranin a 3000, no zollinger-ellison syndrome or men 1. ideas? Egd, colonoscopy, sandostatin, (octreotide) ct. Contrast. Mystery

Neuroendocrine: Chromogrannin A is a marker of a wide range of neuroendocrine tumors, including pheochromocytoma, carcinoid, others. There are false positives related to diet and meds, although 3000 seems very high (although you don't state the normal range). Your symptoms (? flushing;? hypertensive spells) would help guide the workup. You need to see a doc who is expert in this. ...Read more

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How long do Down syndrome children live?

How long do Down syndrome children live?

Variable: They do die relatively young in the 20s and 30s but they thrive on love just the same as normal kids and their death is unpredictable. ...Read more

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How to train children with down syndrome?

How to train children with down syndrome?

For an assessment: Of the child's developmental needs & toilet-training readiness, if < 3 yrs. Old, call Pam Barton,
Franklin County Help Me Grow Coordinator at (614) 227-9860. If 3-5 yrs. Old, call Lynn Brannon, Director of Early Childhood Special Education at (614) 542-4106.
At the same time, call (614) 355-8080 for an evaluation at the Down Syndrome Clinic, Nationwide Children's Hospital, (614) 355-8080. ...Read more

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Rubinstein-taybi syndrome do children have it?

Rubinstein-taybi syndrome do children have it?

Yes: The original series reported by rubinstein & taybi in 1963 involved children. Developmental delay and mental deficiency are generally seen in early childhood. ...Read more

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What can cause "failure to thrive syndrome" in children?

Many issues: This is a descriptive term indicating an infant or child who fails to meet the parameters for age and size and weight and in fact is falling down. This is an index of problems that need explanation. Categories: child abuse, malabsorption, severe infection, chronic illness, cancer, blood dyscrasias, inherited issues. Your pediatrician should be consulted immediately to sort this out. ...Read more

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What are the characteristics of Down syndrome in children?

What are the characteristics of Down syndrome in children?

DS Phenotype: Flattened face, upward-slanting eyes, skin folds at inner corners of eyes, transverse palmar crease, & more. Many have congenital anomalies of the heart, intestine, skeletal system & other organs, along with hearing loss, vision problems & certain blood & neurological disorders. Intellectual Disability is usually mild-moderate. Guidelines for medical & developmental care are well-established. ...Read more

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What are some tips for caring for asperger's syndrome children?

What are some tips for caring for asperger's syndrome children?

Ensure quality sleep: Sleep disorders are common in children with asperger's. It is important to ensure that your child has a regular sleep routine and an appropriate amount of sleep. If he/she is struggling with insomnia it is worth bringing to your doctor's attention. ...Read more

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Do people ever predict if my children will have asperger's syndrome?

Do people ever predict if my children will have asperger's syndrome?

No: As a phenomenologically defined entity, and considering that no reliable universal genetic marker was identified, it is impossible to predict with any level of certainty as of now. What is possible though is the diagnostic evaluation of a kid already exhibiting behaviors. ...Read more

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What are the chances that one of my children will have Down syndrome?

What are the chances that one of my children will have Down syndrome?

ACOG charts show the: Risk of having a fetus with a Trisomy 21, Down Syndrome, at prenatal diagnosis vs. The risk of having a live-born infant with DS because ~ 25% are lost. If there is no family history or prior infant with DS, at age 42 at delivery, the risk is 1/63; risk at 16 weeks' gestation is 1/50 - 1/55. Risk of any chromosomal disorder at term is 1/42. If 43 at term, DS risk is 1/49; of any trisomy, 1/33. ...Read more

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How typical are micropsia and alice in wonderland syndrome in children?

How typical are micropsia and alice in wonderland syndrome in children?

No good data: This is not quite rare, but also not common. It is more often reported in children but can occur at any age. It is not a mental illness, but a physical perceptual distortion and is usually not part of a dangerous condition. It may be associated w/ migraines or tle and a neurologist might help. Try not to worry about 'craziness' - it is not that. Wish I could offer #s, but I can't. ...Read more

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How frequent are micropsia and alice in wonderland syndrome in children?

How frequent are micropsia and alice in wonderland syndrome in children?

Very rare: This syndrome, where objects or the person's own body appear larger or smaller than normal, is very rare. Some sources say only about 300 adults & children in the us have this. Another source said 9% of teens had transient experiences of micropsia. It can be a migraine equivalent, & can also appear in conditions like seizures, CNS infections, brain tumors, drug use, macular degeneration, etc. ...Read more

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Do you know of people with diseases such as Down syndrome that have children?

Do you know of people with diseases such as Down syndrome that have children?

Possibly, but: Down syndrome females are capable of reproduction but most pregnancies have resulted from abuse, end prematurely & are often delivered c section. The defect can be passed on but some offspring are normal. ...Read more

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What is the frequency of micropsia and alice in wonderland syndrome in children?

Childhood migraine: Micropsia and alice in wonderland phenomena are consistent with childhool migraine. Through adolescence, approximately 15-25% of children willl have a migraine headache. Of those, alice in wonderland syndrome is uncommon. ...Read more

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Is Tachy Brady Syndrome found in young children? If so? How it is Dx'd & treated?

Is Tachy Brady Syndrome found in young children? If so? How it is Dx'd & treated?

Tachybrady syndrome: TachyBrady Syndrome can occur in young children albeit rare. Infants may present with poor feeding or easy fatigability, which may also be evident in toddlers and older children. Laboratory studies include electrolytes, thyroid studies, echocardiogram, holter monitoring in older children, EP studies. Patients with symptoms require pacemakers and avoidance of medications that can exacerbate the prob. ...Read more

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Can there be any families in the united states whose children have noonan syndrome?

Can there be any families in the united states whose children have noonan syndrome?

Yes: Yes, you are not alone if you have a child with noonan syndrome. The noonan syndrome foundation (at http://www. Teamnoonan. Org/) has resources and links to their facebook page, regional support groups, clubs, and so on. I hope you find some help there! ...Read more

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Can couple who both have mild Down syndrome be capable of raising children with help?

Doubt it would Hapn: While females with ds are capable of reproduction (with difficult pregnancies) males with few exceptions are not. For a male to be capable, I would expect him to be a partially affected mosaic ds & fertility would depend on the tissues of his body that has ds info. Having family support thru their lives is a great asset to anyone with ds or any impairment. ...Read more

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I need statistics on aspergers syndrome. How many people have it (children, young adults, adults).?

I need statistics on aspergers syndrome. How many people have it (children, young adults, adults).?

Not Well Established: The prevalence of Asperger syndrome (as) is not well established. Experts estimate that as many as 1 in 88 children age 8 will have an autism spectrum disorder. No studies have yet been conducted to determine the incidence of Asperger syndrome in adult populations, but studies of children with the disorder suggest that their problems with socialization and communication continue into adulthood. ...Read more