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Related to syndrome: metabolic syndrome, nephrotic syndrome, Down syndrome, Asperger's syndrome, Sjogren's syndrome
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Clinical Trials by G7 Countries: Proportion of Restless Legs Syndrome to Central Nervous System Clinical Trials 15
Although quality of life continues to improve for people with Down syndrome, government policy requires that genetic screening is offered to all pregnant women, posing risks to up to 700,000 pregnancies each year.
Therefore, classifying conditions as a syndrome has advantages and disadvantages.
Cystic manifestations such as those seen in the case described herein have been reported in more than 75% of patients with Gorlin's syndrome.
NAlthough the chance of having a baby with Down's syndrome is higher for older mothers, more babies with Down's syndrome are born to younger women.
An estimated 24 percent of Americans over age 20 and 44 percent of Americans over 50, have metabolic syndrome.
Belmonte's investigation of Jason and Brian belongs to a new wave of research on Asperger syndrome and related disorders.
Placebo-controlled, double-blind trial of intravenous ribavirin for hantavirus cardiopulmonary syndrome in North America.
As expected, the metabolic syndrome was more common in the obese and overweight than in people who were normal-weight.
The prevalence of metabolic syndrome is rising rapidly in concert with the ongoing epidemics of obesity and type 2 diabetes.
It seems appropriate to describe a complex ED syndrome at this juncture to illustrate that the ectoderm does not develop in a vacuum.
While the severity of the symptoms fluctuate from person to person, FMS may resemble a post-viral state and this is why several experts in the field of FMS and CFS (chronic fatigue syndrome) believe that these two syndromes are one in the same.
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