Brahidactyly is an underdevelopment of the phalanges, manifested in the shortening of the fingers on the feet and hands, resulting from a genetically determined defect transmitted by inheritance. Manifestations of this anomaly is the decrease in the length of feet and brushes, Read the full entry »
The Collins Tricer Syndrome is a genetically dependent disease, which is a subspecies of the common family of dysostosis diseases: congenital malformation in the development of bone structures. Under the word dystostosis is meant the underdevelopment and the broken ossification of bone tissues, especially those that read the entire entry »
The Dandy Walker syndrome is a disease, the development of which is caused by defects in some parts of the brain that appear even during the intrauterine development of the child. The Dandy-Walker Syndrome is quite rare, its frequency of occurrence is 1 case. Read the full post »
Gigantism is a disease characterized by a clinical syndrome that occurs as a result of increased production of growth hormone in childhood or adolescence, and also manifests itself by a sufficient increase in the body, especially in length. There is also a partial or partial gigantism that develops. Read the rest of this entry »
Ehlers-Danlos syndrome is a hereditary heterogeneous disease, manifested by hyperelasticity of the skin, which is associated with a defect in the formation of collagen. Ehlers-Danlos syndrome has different types of inheritance and desmogenesis of the imperfect species. Read the rest of this entry »
Rett syndrome is a genetic disease, with signs of degeneration that affects the central nervous system, gradually progressing and manifests itself mostly in girls. This disease, received the name of the Austrian scientist Rett, Read the full entry »
Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome is a disease manifested by congenital pathology in the structure of the heart. This cardiac anomaly is characterized by antesistolia of one ventricle, after which a reciprocal atrioventricular tachycardia is formed, which is manifested by flutter and atrial fibrillation, as a result of excitation by additional readings.