AP Bio-Now a day’s most of the people are suffering from genetic diseases. This info graphic depicts on various types of genetic disorders. Reports states that individuals affected with Noonan syndrome.
Heather has come to The Doctors seeking relief from her rare genetic disorder, which causes her skin to rip and bleed.
Marfan syndrome is an inherited genetic disorder that is very common. It a disorder relating to the connective tissue.This Syndrome has effected many peoples quality of life.
Corneal deterioration in a patient with Peter’s Anomaly. Peter’s Anomaly is a rare genetic disorder, characterized by hazy corneas, that is caused by abnormal development of structures in front of the vitreous humour. The majority of Peter’s Anomaly is sporadic, bilateral, and is associated with other systemic malformations.
Ciliopathies are multi-systemic genetic disorders caused by dysfunctional or defective cilia. These rare and complex syndromes affect most organs of the body, causing kidney and liver disease, obesity and diabetes, mental retardation, blindness, deafness, chronic respiratory infections, infertility and skeletal malformations. Our grant funded the first national conference for those affected by this group of conditions. www.ciliopathyalliance.org
Marfan Syndrome - Pictures, Symptoms, Causes, Treatment, Life Expectancy
The signs and symptoms of Marfan Syndrome can vary from one person to the other. Check out pictures, causes, treatment and life expectancy of this genetic disorder
Huntington's Disease: A Tongue Twister in Your Genes? - YouTube Huntington's Disease is a rare genetic disorder that causes brain damage over time. Currently, there is no cure. However, scientists are working hard to find one! How? One way is to look at how our cells naturally fight against the disease.
Jane article explains how all chromosomal disorders are due to either a missing chromosome or an extra one. It states that although some chromosomal disorders can be inherited; most are not passed from generation to generation.
"Stranger Things" star Gaten Matarazzo comes to The Doctors to speak about his rare genetic disorder, cleidocranial dysplasia.