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43 comments:

Anonymous said...

Progeria

Boa said...

Hutchinson-Gilford-Syndrom !

Anonymous said...

Fetal Alcohol Syndrome??!!

kirande said...

progeria

Anonymous said...

hydrocephalous and progeria?

Anonymous said...

progera

Anonymous said...

Progeria /also known as Hutchinson–Gilford progeria syndrome /.

Anonymous said...

hydrocephalous

Anonymous said...

progeria

Anonymous said...

Hutchinson gilford progreria, occurs in prox only in 1 / 8 millions

Fabian Diana said...

progeria

Anonymous said...

prigeria

Anonymous said...

progeria..

Anonymous said...

Síndrome de Hutchinson-Gilford, forma mas severa de Progeria

all76 said...

Hutchinson's triad

Anonymous said...

Progeria.

Anonymous said...

progeria

Anonymous said...

Hutchinson–Gilford progeria syndrome

DennisD said...

Progeria

Anonymous said...

Progeria

Anonymous said...

hydrocephalus

Anonymous said...

progeria

Anonymous said...

El dx es claro con solo er el paciente : Progeria .

Anonymous said...

progeria

Anonymous said...

Progeria

Carolina Ramirez said...

progeria

Anonymous said...

its progeria..

Anonymous said...

progeria

ahmed thabit said...

progeria

Anonymous said...

progeria

Anonymous said...

Microcephalic osteodysplastic primordial dwarfism

Michael said...

Hutchinson–Gilford Progeria, more commonly known as Progeria is an extremely rare genetic condition where symptoms resembling aspects of aging are manifested at an early age. The word Progeria comes from the Greek progeros which means "prematurely old". Progeria is a childhood disorder caused by a point mutation in position 1824 of the LMNA gene, replacing cytosine with thymine, creating an unusable form of the protein Lamin A. Lamin A is part of the building blocks of the nuclear envelope. Unlike most other "accelerated aging diseases" (such as Werner's syndrome, Cockayne's syndrome or xeroderma pigmentosum), progeria is not caused by defective DNA repair. Diagnosis is suspected according to signs and symptoms, such as skin changes, abnormal growth, and loss of hair. It can be confirmed through a genetic test.

Anonymous said...

progeria.....

tanvirrpmc said...

progeria

Deia said...

Hydrocephalus and Progeria.

nivy said...

progeria

Pubudu Darshana said...

Progeria

Anonymous said...

progeria

Anonymous said...

its progeria

Anonymous said...

Hutchinson–Gilford progeria syndrome

Dr. Azadi said...

Hutchinson Gilford Progeria Syndrome

Lina said...

Progeria

Anonymous said...

progeria