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Genetic Testing and Diagnosis of EDS and HSD – Lauren Puryear, MS, CGC

hello everyone I’d like to welcome you to today’s genetic testing and diagnosis of Manas and HSD with Lauren courier my name is Sergey I’m volunteer coordinator at the Ahlers Danlos society and I am your moderator today this webinar part of our ongoing series living with EDS and HSD so this is how is […]

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Schizophrenia – causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment & pathology

Schizo means split, and phrenia, in this case refers to the mind. Even though schizophrenia can be interpreted to mean “splitting of the mind”, it does not refer to a split personality, like some media sources might portray, but rather schizophrenia describes a scattered or fragmented pattern of thinking. Schizophrenia’s actually a syndrome, meaning there’re […]

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Fragile X Syndrome: Experiences and Importance of Diagnosis

Fragile X syndrome is an inherited genetic condition, which is most commonly associated with developmental delay and intellectual disability. It affects about one in 4,000 males and about one in 6-8000 females. Clinically, it presents in quite a wide range. Women are almost always less affected than men. Most men will have some form of […]

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Beta Thalassemia; Causes and Types (minor, major and intermedia)

All right welcome back, so we have been talking about anemia, microcytic anemia, now we’re talking about Thalassemia…in the last video we have talked about alpha-thalassemia (link in description). Today. We’ll talk about beta thalassemia So, Beta Thalassemia is a microcytic anemia, and again symptoms of anemia Tired and pale, pale and tired…sometimes, I have […]

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COPD – Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, Animation.

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or COPD, is a PROGRESSIVE inflammatory lung disease characterized by INCREASING breathing difficulty. Other symptoms include cough, most commonly with mucus, chest tightness and wheezing. COPD develops as a result of LONG-TERM exposure to irritants such as smoke, chemical fumes or dusts, and may go UNNOTICED for years. Most people show […]

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