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  Genetic/Rare Conditions National /International Groups
Siblings of Children with Genetic / Rare Conditions
, Congenital, Hereditary, and Neonatal and Pediatric Diseases / Abnormalities, MeSH Classified and alphabetical
Conditions and Diseases: Congenital Syndromes, Congenital Malformations, and Inborn Errors of Metabolism as well as Genetic and Metabolic Conditions
www.kumc.edu /gec/support/grouporg.html   (1046 words)

  RLDC - Learn More
AAT is the primary blocker of neutrophil elastase, a powerfully destructive protease released from neutrophils during lung inflammation that destroys lung tissue and causes emphysema.
In the lungs, cystic fibrosis associated with the presence of thick mucus, bacterial colonization of the airways and repeated bouts of acute exacerbations of the lung disease.
A similar disease called hyaline membrane disease also occur in premature infants born before the lungs have matured to the point where they are able to produce adequate amounts of surfactant to prevent lung collapse.
rarediseasesnetwork.epi.usf.edu /rldc/learnmore/glossary.htm   (4478 words)

 List of rare diseases starting with A : List of rare diseases   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
This list of rare diseases was originally taken from theNIH public domain resource at http://ord.
This list of rare diseases was originally taken from the NIH public domain resource at http://ord.aspensys.com/diseases.asp.
He had been lying in a sort of stupor, but he suddenly sat dressed; she wore her dancing slippers; she had only to put on her creation, the last touches require more time than the whole groundwork teach me what is due to my father, I have known my father this.
www.termsdefined.net /li/list-of-rare-diseases.html   (316 words)

 List of diseases starting with G - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
List of diseases starting with G - Biocrawler
You can find it there under the keyword List_of_rare_diseases/G (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_rare_diseases/G)The list of previous authors is available here: version history (http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=List_of_rare_diseases/Gandaction=history).
Additions in Biocrawler.com (starting from the 23.6.05) will be doubely licensed under GFDL and CC-by-sa (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5/)
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/List_of_rare_diseases/G   (138 words)

 Genetic Disorder Secrets | Genetic Disorder News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The work was accomplished using embryonic stem cells that arise within days of conception in a fertilized egg and very quickly develop into all the different kinds of cells blood, bone, muscle, neurons that make up the body.
The absence of myelin is a manifestation of an array of genetic and acquired diseases, the best known being multiple sclerosis.
Scientists led by Richard Lifton of Yale University Medical School in New Haven, Connecticut, found that a single change in the mitochondrial DNA of the American family was responsible for all their metabolic disorders.
genetic-diseases-online.info /complete-list-of-rare-genetic-disorder...   (808 words)

 Endo Organizations   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Disorder: Wilson's disease is a genetic disorder in which excessive amounts of copper collect in the liver, brain, and kidneys.
Menkes' disease is the reverse of Wilson's disease and is characterized by a defect in intestinal absorption of copper that leads to copper deficiency.
Disorders: MPS and ML are rare hereditary disorders caused by the body's inability to produce certain enzymes, resulting in an abnormal deposit of complex sugars in tissues and cells.
endocrine.niddk.nih.gov /pubs/endorg/endorg.htm   (2312 words)

 Tanya's UK Feline Chronic Renal Failure/related-diseases
Cardiomyopathy means disease of the heart muscle, and in HCM the left ventricle of the heart, which pumps blood through the aorta, the body's largest artery, is thickened.
True hypothyroidism is extremely rare in cats, and in the case of a CRF cat, this is more likely to indicate that the cat has "euthyroid syndrome".
Sometimes cats are started on too high a dose of insulin, which leads to a sudden drop in blood sugar levels, and the body reacts to this by releasing glucagons which raise blood sugar levels again.
www.felinecrf.org /related_diseases.htm   (6700 words)

List each of the three categories of primary ovarian tumors, and for each of these, the principal tumors and their distinguishing anatomic and clinical features, risk factors, paraneoplastic syndromes, biological behavior, and patterns of spread if applicable.
Long before HPV was understood, we knew cancer of the cervix to be a sexually transmitted disease, with the great risk factors being the number of male sexual partners, and the number of previous female partners that the husband had.
Rarely a squamous cell carcinoma will arise in one of these, but otherwise they are thoroughly benign.
www.pathguy.com /lectures/women.htm   (9154 words)

 Taking Your Camera on the Road   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Sometimes a declaration is required from the owner stating that the animal has been in his or her possession for at least the past 90 days, dependent upon the exporting and importing country laws.
Traveling from overseas back the US, we've often started with one airline, switched to another in Europe, and then flew from there on another airline, only to be transfered to another airline for the last leg of the flight.
Be prepared with a list of approved vets near where you will be staying and make the appointment and arrangements before you begin your trip so they are aware of your need and prepared, too.
www.cameraontheroad.com   (10215 words)

 Computing Papers on Diseases   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
It starts out with the usual discussion of information overload and how many relationships between entities such as Diseases and drugs may lie implicit but unseen in the literature because of the volume and disjointedness of the literature.
Although it would be possible to test for an association between SNP genotype and disease status, in the hopes of identifying the genes affecting disease susceptibility, there are many problems with performing millions of tests on hundreds of people.
Diseases It has a wealth of knowledge about blood It Diseases, in the form of rules.
computing.breinestorm.net /Diseases   (2710 words)

 DWP - DB1 - Appendix 1: List of diseases covered by Industrial Injuries Disablement Benefit
List of diseases which are covered and the kinds of jobs which are included.
It is not a complete list of jobs and you should not be put off claiming just because your job is not listed.
Diffuse mesothelioma (primary neoplasm of the mesothelium of the pleura or of the pericardium or of the peritoneum).
www.dwp.gov.uk /advisers/db1/appendix/appendix1.asp   (3312 words)

 eMedicine - Prion-Related Diseases : Article by Thomas Wisniewski, MD   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
All prion diseases are fatal, with no effective form of treatment currently; however, increased understanding of their pathogenesis has recently led to the promise of effective therapeutic interventions in the near future.
The transmission of this disease was demonstrated first in 1943 when a population of Scottish sheep was accidentally inoculated against a common virus using a formalin extract of lymphoid tissue from an animal with scrapie (Gordon, 1946).
The disease is believed to have started with the ingestion of body parts of a patient with sporadic CJD, followed by a serial passage of the disease.
www.emedicine.com /neuro/topic662.htm   (10263 words)

 Revelation 13: Astrology, prophecies of the future for 2006 - 2010, Nostradamus, the Book of Revelation and Bible ...
Foot-and-mouth disease in sheep, cattle, and pigs and England, "the slaying of the lamb"
And this disease epidemic could be Flu strain H3N2 Fujian, which is a severe strain that began as an outbreak in 2003, or it could more likely be bird flu type H5N1 causing a severe epidemic in birds - chickens, ducks, etc. - in 2006-7, but that can spread to humans.
These diseases may also relate to three animals used to describe the Antichrist: he is like a leopard, has the mouth of a lion, and the feet of a bear.
www.revelation13.net   (14072 words)

 Medical Information [Adopt a Greyhound]
Greyhounds are listed as one of the breeds known to develop malignant hypothermia.
The parasite is Hepatozoon canis which apparently causes clinical signs of disease only dogs that are either very young (less than 4 months of age), infected with another parasite such as Babesia canis, or immuno suppressed.
Any one or a combination of these featureĀ  (and others that I haven't listed) could be factors in both the much discussed bald patches that are often seen on the upper back of their thighs and in a (possibly transient) low or low normal thyroid reading.
www.adopt-a-greyhound.org /advice/body_medwisdm.html   (8960 words)

 Cat Diseases: Pets and Animal Resources   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The cat was recognized as the vector of the disease...
This suggests that the SARS virus crossed the species barrier from civet cats; this conclusion is, however, by no means certain as it is certainly possible that the civet cats got the virus from humans and not the other way around or even that the civet cats are a sort of intermediary host.
Health: Animal: Conditions and Diseases Feline Hepatic Lipidosis - A cat rescuer describes her treatment and success through herbs and homeopathy of four severely ill cats who had developed this fatty liver disease.
www.dnxtrans.com /pets/Cat+Diseases   (872 words)

 List of diseases starting with H - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
List of diseases starting with H - Biocrawler
Homocystinuria due to defect in methylation (cbl g)
You can find it there under the keyword List_of_rare_diseases/H (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_rare_diseases/H)The list of previous authors is available here: version history (http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=List_of_rare_diseases/Handaction=history).
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/List_of_rare_diseases/H   (179 words)

  New York Book Fair 2004 - Paper List 234: Philadelphia Rare Books   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The poor man’s physician, or the true art of medicine, as it is chymically prepared and administered, for healing the several diseases incident to mankind.
Despite the title’s “third edition,” no recorded holdings of any previous printings were found; Wing lists a 1664 broadside by the same title, which is occasionally confused with this longer piece.
These Dublin addresses were to mark the end of any hope of developing an Owenian utopian community in Ireland—for while Owen succeeded by the lectures in starting the Hibernian Philanthropic Society, his religious views aroused such strong public opposition and such bad press in Ireland that his social reform crusade there was effectively over.
www.prbm.com /interest/L234-7.shtml   (2293 words)

 Sticking Out Our Necks: Thyroid Disease News Report, From Mary Shomon / Email Edition -- October 2002
While the link between autoimmune thyroid disease and Type 1 diabetes (also autoimmune) is established, Czech researchers looked at the connection between autoimmune thyroid disease and Type 2 diabetes in people who were not overweight.
The thyroid conditions Hashimoto's disease and Graves' disease are two of the most common autoimmune diseases, and are the most common causes of most thyroid conditions.
But across the board for the as many as 80 different autoimmune diseases, there are very specific symptoms found in particular conditions, but certain symptoms have been identified as what are called "super-symptoms," which you tend to see in almost all autoimmune conditions.
www.thyroid-info.com /news/oct2002.htm   (5576 words)

List of rare diseases starting with T - ArtPolitic Encyclopedia of...
List of diseases starting with T - Enpsychlopedia
Articles - List of diseases starting with T
www.medicality.org.uk /diseases/trichofolliculloma.php   (104 words)

 Bilderberg Conference 2005, 5-8 May, Rottach-Egern, Munich, Germany - and this year's Bilderberg news
A US general noted that war spending helps jump start the economy, noting that the trick to keeping the opposition at bay is to limit collateral damage to foreign soil.
The UNESCO Committee did intervene, and immediately listed Yellowstone as a "World Heritage Site in Danger." Under the terms of the World Heritage Convention, the United States is required to protect the park, even beyond the borders of the park, and onto private lands if necessary.
Dunn and Bradstreet lists the supposedly nonprofit foundation as a "management trust," designed for "purposes other than education, religion, charity or research." The group's spokesman says this designation was a "mistake," and anyway, the institute is hastily being "re-launched" with a "new focus" on its religious mission.
www.bilderberg.org /2005.htm   (18577 words)

 Health - Diseases   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
National Adrenal Diseases Foundation Background: The National Addison's Disease Foundation was formed in 1985 by a young couple as a result of their experiences with Addison's disease.
Periodontics is a specialty within the field of dentistry that deals with the diagnosis and treatment of periodontal (gum) diseases.
It is often seen that we vegetarian folks end up with different kinds of deficiencies or diseases related to malnutrition.
www.yahealth.com /diseases   (2677 words)

 CRFG Fruit List
Culture of Rare Fruits in the San Francisco Bay Area.
By Edward T. Hager M.D. 1989 #2, pp 13-15
Start Your Own Figs: A Good Propagation Experience for the Beginner.
www.crfg.org /fg/xref/xref-p.html   (2740 words)

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