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Angina, also known as ischemic chest pain, is a result of a deficient flow of blood to the heart. It can be a symptom of coronary artery disease. Patients describe this pain as recurrent or sudden squeezing, pressure, heaviness and tightness in the chest. A primary cause could be fatty substances building up in the arteries supplying blood to the heart. Cure/medication for Angina A healthy fusion of behavior Read More
Atherosclerosis is a result of thick and stiffened blood vessels carrying oxygen and nutrients to the rest of your body from the heart. It may end up restricting blood flow to the organs and tissues. Although healthy arteries are quite flexible and elastic, their walls may harden over time. It can burst altogether in extreme conditions. It is often limited to a heart problem, but any body part can be affected by t Read More
- Facio-cardio-cutaneous syndrome
Facio-cardio-cutaneous syndrome is a rare, genetic disorder that affects the skin, heart and blood vessels. It can cause facial abnormalities, heart defects and neurological problems. Facio-cardio-cutaneous syndrome is inherited in an autosomal dominant manner, which means that only one copy of the mutated gene from each parent is required for a child to inherit the disorder.The symptoms of facio-cardio-cutaneous syndrome vary from Read More
- Heart disease and cardiac catheterization
Heart diseases are caused by various factors and are of multiple types. While some heart diseases are related to the blood vessels and arteries, others might be caused due to irregular heart rhythm. The types of heart diseases with their symptoms can be seen below.
•Problems in blood vessels- fatty plaques in the arteries and damaged or blocked blood vessels can cause heart diseases, whose symptoms include chest pain or pressure, or discomfort Read More
- Mucolipidosis iii
There are several different types of mucolipidosis III (MLIII), each with its own set of symptoms and risk factors. The most common type is known as Sanfilippo type B (or Type B). There are also Sanfilippo types A and C, but these are much less common than Type B.The risk factors for MLIII include having a family member who has been diagnosed with it or another type of mucolipidosis. Other risk factors include havi Read More
- Sc phocomelia syndrome
Sc phocomelia syndrome, also known as advanced scapholunate collapse, is a rare genetic disorder that causes deformities in the hands and feet. The most common symptoms include clubfoot, underdeveloped thumbs, and an abnormally long radius and ulna. The severity of this condition can vary widely from person to person.There are a few risk factors for SC phocomelia syndrome:The mother's age is a s Read More
- Ward-romano syndrome
Ward-Romano syndrome is a rare genetic disorder that affects the development of the bones and joints of your fingers and toes. This condition can make it difficult to move your fingers and toes, which can cause pain or discomfort.Ward-Romano syndrome is caused by a mutation in a gene called GLI3. This gene helps regulate how cells divide and grow in the body. When this gene is mutated, it causes improper developmen Read More