what is the syndrome that can be associated with a dilated lateral ventricles and high riding third ventricle?
i want a syndrome which is associated with cryptorchidism, hypertelorism agenesis of the corpus callosum, dilated lateral ventricles nd high riding third ventricle and the forth ventricle is opened into a retrocerebellar space and also there is mild dilatation of the renal pelvis. there is also hypoplastic nipples and small posterior cleft palate with a membranous covering,all the fontanelles are wide and the sutures are seperated, there is also choanal atresia and the childs immunity is poor that he developed a methicillin resistance staphylococcus strain infection.
How about malnutrition? (+ info
Loops of henle - what would happen if it shortened and didnt reach the medullary region of the kidney?
Hypothetically... What would happen if all the loops of henle shortened, to the extend that they could not reach the medullary region of the kidney? (In a human) I would love answers no longer than a paragraph or two please that are relatively easy to understand but not preschool as i have some basic understanding. Thanks so much.
Well, the medulla is the place where the urine is concentrated to an osmotic strength higher than the blood plasma; that would no longer work, so urine could maximally have the osmotic strength of blood plasma. As long as one drinks enough, that would not be so much of a problem. (+ info
can dwayne syndrome be solved through stem cell research?
The syndrome involves the failure of a muscle within either or both of the eyes which allows lateral movement.
Currently there is no signs of this being an option, But things can always change as technology and science is always improving (+ info
What is the name of the syndrome that the person may appear to have facial characteristics of down's syndrome?
I previously watched a documentary about sufferers of a syndrome whose facial features appeared to be down's syndrome but it wasn't down's syndrome. The grow to be quite large adults and have special needs. Does anyone know the name of this condition?
Klinefelter syndrome (+ info
Are there different types of Down syndrome and what areas of the body does Down syndrome affect? ?
Also, are there any significant statistics related to Down syndrome? Has Down syndrome received any recent attention from the media? Are there any famous people that have Down syndrome.
Answer as many of the above questions as possible.
There are three types of Down syndrome, garden variety Trisomy 21, mosaicism and translocation.
Read more at:
Welcoming Babies with Down Syndrome (English, Spanish, French)
There is a slide show that also incorporates videos of the featured 'More Alike than Different' cast at the National Down Syndrome Congress website:
And great information at the National Down Syndrome Society website:
Down Syndrome Fact Sheet
You might also enjoy
Margaret's Guide to Down Syndrome
For bios of actors with Down syndrome, see:
Down Syndrome and the Acting Gene
DS in Arts and Media
Down Syndrome Links at the Family Village website
Check out this recent New York Times article:
The DNA Age: Prenatal Test Puts Down Syndrome in Hard Focus
Have fun with your research!
What is so bad about having down syndrome?
I think people are a lot colder than they want you to believe. Too many pregnancies prediagnosed with down syndrome are terminated! Doctors tell people that their kid will be like some animal and people believe them. I've met my share of people with down syndrome, and they all seem pretty human to me. On top of that, they were all decent folks, which is a lot more than I can say for the general population. And how does knowing that unborn children are purged because of down syndrome affect those who were born and have down syndrome?
WOW!! I'm so glad that there are other people who's lives have been touched as mine has. See when I was 28 I gave birth to twin girls and one of them was born with Mosaic down syndrome. Of course, I didn't know much about it til now....and yes I was shocked. They are 14 months old now, and such a blessing as well as my two boys. My daughter is about 4 months behind in her milestones, but she is always so happy! Out of all my kids she is the easiest to handle.
It's always nice to have other people, who see that they are more alike, then different from the rest of us. (+ info
What is the syndrome called when you cannot feel physical pain?
I remember watching a show a long time ago, and this one little girl was born with a syndrome where she could never feel pain. If she fell on the floor and cut her knee, she wouldn't cry, whereas most children would.
What is this called? Is it a syndrome? Is it a medical condition? I just want to know what it's called, and I can do the research on it.
It is for a story I am writing but I don't entirely know what it is.
It's called "congenital insensitivity to pain" (+ info
Lateral release dies it work and how much would it cost if private?
I am a 21 year old currently on the waiting list for a lateral release i am in agony and struggling to sleep. I work in an office and sit at a desk all day which really doesnt help. Does anyone have any idea how much it would be to go private? And does anyone have any advice on wat might help me at the moment?
By lateral release I am assuming you mean you have a knee problem?
There are more conservative options as this treatment is the end of the line. If you found an osteopath or physio that specialises in knees you may do better and it is much cheaper than orthopaedic surgeons if you are paying privately. In terms of cost for the procedure it depends which hospital you use and how much rehab you need afterwards but probably more than £5k and less than £20k
These tracking problems can be painful but can be managed effectively if they are not too severe and while the procedure does work it was often overused in the past.
Short term measures (other than osteopaths or physios) are ice and medication which i imagine you have tried already. (+ info
What syndrome would someone have that the doctor would need to put them on bloodthinners?
My sister is 18 and just moved out here from MN to go to school. She has had many medical problems and been to several doctors. She recently told me that the doctor said there was something wrong with her blood and she needs to be put on blood thinners for the rest of her life. What syndrome could this be?
There are several, but the first that comes to mind is Factor-V (five). (+ info
What is the syndrome where boys usually grow more than average?
I think it is Jacobs syndome.. XYY syndrome.. but wikipedia says that is only a little more than average. what is the only where they get really big ?
Yes it is called gigantism. It is caused by a tumour or either a chromosome disorder. Another thing that causes gigantism is the inability to inhib the GH (growth hormone) when it is produced. This is why the people who have it get very TALL. (+ info
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