Fatal hereditary insomnia
(Fatal familial insomnia) – is a disease
It is hereditary and causes insomnia and other symptoms.
The average age of a person who has FFI is about 18 months after its occurrence.
(Genetic disease) – Most genetic diseases have no cure.
Cerebral amyloid angiopathy – a disease of the blood vessels in the body that causes protein buildup that can cause blood vessels in the brain to burst, leading to headaches. It is common in cases
However, it can happen to someone who does not have dementia.
Arthritis – Arthritis is a condition in which joint pain is felt. There is no known cure, but there are treatments that help reduce pain.
Rheumatoid Arthritis Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disease in which the body’s immune system mistakenly attacks the joints.
Acute atypical pneumonia
SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome) is a respiratory disease that first affected people in parts of Asia, North America, and Europe in late 2002 and early 2003. SARS is caused by a type of coronavirus that can cause mild to moderate illness in Upper respiratory tract like a cold.
(Joint pain) – joint pain may have multiple causes, and may be associated with multiple diseases. Some are treatable, others are not curable but joint pain can be improved.
(Trigeminal Neuralgia) – a condition of chronic pain affecting the trigeminal nerve or the fifth cranial nerve, one of the most widely distributed nerves in the head. There is no real cure for the disease.
Lateral deviation of the spine
(HIV/AIDS) – There is no cure for HIV or AIDS, but there are medications that can help control its symptoms.
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. Types of allergies include: food allergy (not to be confused with food intolerance or food poisoning), atopic dermatitis, anaphylactic shock, and allergic rhinitis (also known as hay fever, which is the most common). There is no cure for allergies, but there are some temporary treatments such as antihistamines, corticosteroids, and avoidance of allergens.
A neurological condition caused by a lack of voluntary coordination of muscle movements, causing a gait impairment. Ataxia is a clinical manifestation involving dysfunction of the parts of the nervous system that coordinate movement, such as the cerebellum.
Factor V Leiden
It is an altered (mutated) form of human factor V (of several substances that help
), causes an increase in blood clotting (hypercoagulability). With this mutation, the anticoagulant protein (which suppresses the activity of clot-inducing factor V) cannot bind normally to factor V, resulting in a severe thrombotic state, i.e., the patient tends to form increasingly harmful blood clots. Factor V Leiden is the most common hereditary hypercoagulable disorder among Europeans. It is named after the Dutch city of Leiden, where it was first identified in 1994 by Professor Bertina and colleagues. Suspicions that factor V Leiden is the cause of any thrombosis should be considered in any patient of Caucasian descent under the age of 45, or in anyone with a family history of thrombosis.
Pityriasis red pilaris
Pityriasis rubra pilaris: Refers to a group of skin diseases that cause persistent inflammation and pyoderma. People with this form of pityriasis have red, scaly patches that may occur all over the body or only in specific areas. Some also develop thick skin on the underside of the hands and feet, various deformities of the nails, or weak hair. There are several types of the disease, classified according to the age at which symptoms begin, according to different parts of the body, and the presence of other symptoms. Available treatment options are symptomatic relief, which varies based on the symptoms and their severity, such as emollients or medications such as immunosuppressants.*
Multiple hereditary extrusions
Hereditary multiple exostoses: There is no cure for this predominant genetic disease, although surgery to remove exostoses (growing bones) is a possible option when it reaches an intolerable level. And reduce the movement of the injured.
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
(Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis) – also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease
Multiple sclerosis is a demyelinating disease in which the insulating sheaths of nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord are damaged.
This damage impairs the ability of parts of the nervous system to communicate, leading to a range of signs and symptoms, including physical and mental problems, and sometimes mental illness.
There is no known cure for it.
Macular degeneration – degeneration of vision with no treatment that can repair the damaged tissue. However, there are measures and techniques that can be taken to minimize future damage from this disease.
Progressive fibrous osteolysis
Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progressiva is a genetic disorder characterized by adhesion of soft tissues as bone injuries heal. Despite this, bones do not have joints and have limited movement. Osteoporosis results in massive bone growth. It is genetic, and there is no known cure.
Celiac disease is an autoimmune disorder and chronic inflammatory disease. It is caused by the ingestion of gluten, which is the protein found in wheat
(Toxoplasmosis) – a zoonotic disease spread from cat feces, undercooked meat and unwashed fresh vegetables.
Asthma – Asthma is a disease that makes the bronchial tubes more susceptible to inflammation and irritation. There is no way to treat this.
Spinocerebellar Ataxia – This is a genetic disorder that inhibits a person’s ability to use the nervous system.
(Common cold) – a cold is a disease that turns very frequently, and is seldom fatal,
To make a vaccine or treatment for it.
Diabetes – Diabetes is a common disorder that impairs the body’s ability to produce and use insulin.
There is no cure for it, but there are effective treatment plans to help control it.
(Muscular dystrophy) – a genetic disease.
Adrenal cancer: A form of cancer that originates in the adrenal cortex and has no definitive cure.
(Polio) — While there is a vaccine to prevent polio, there is no known cure for it.
(Progeria) – There are very few medicines and no cure.
However, there is a drug under the industry that is undergoing tests and trials.
The disease usually leads to death at an early age.
Psoriasis is an autoimmune disease that affects the skin. It can be treated and controlled to some extent with medication, but there is no definitive cure.
(Epilepsy) – Epilepsy may be considered resolving “for individuals who have an age-dependent epilepsy syndrome but over that age or those who have not had seizures for the past 10 years, and who have not taken seizure medications for the past 5 years Those with a history of epilepsy that is now considered resolved have a higher risk of seizures than people who have not had it and there is no guarantee that their epilepsy will not return.
Sickle cell anemia
Sickle Cell Anemia – Sickle cell anemia is a disorder that causes red blood cells to look oddly shaped and break. It is rare and there is no cure.
Schizophrenia – There are many types of treatment available and proven to improve conditions, however, there is no definitive cure for this mental illness.
(Ebola virus) – despite the existence of a treatment that led to the complete recovery of patients infected with this virus,
There is no vaccine or treatment available. However, there are currently two potential vaccines under evaluation
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The only way to currently recover from this virus is to have a constant stream of medication and fluids.
(Marburg virus) – This virus is very deadly and there is no treatment or vaccine available.
Pulmonary hypertension: a type of high blood pressure that affects the arteries of the lungs and the right side of the heart. In one form of pulmonary hypertension, the tiny arteries called pulmonary arterioles and capillaries become narrowed, blocked, or damaged, which impedes blood flow through the lungs and increases pressure within the arteries of the lungs. As the pressure rises, the right ventricle of the heart works harder to pump blood, which eventually leads to weakness and failure of the heart muscle. Some types of pulmonary hypertension are serious diseases that get worse over time and are sometimes fatal. Although some forms of pulmonary hypertension aren’t curable, treatment can help relieve symptoms and improve life.
(Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease) – is a disease that causes nerve dysfunction. There is no cure for this disease.
Despite the extensive efforts made to reduce the chance of infection with it.
Fluoroquinolone Toxicity Syndrome – This is a multi-system syndrome that develops in some patients who have previously been given a prescription for an oral fluoroquinolone as an antibacterial.
Pre-eclampsia: A gradually progressing disease that has several forms and is characterized by high blood pressure, high protein in the urine, or high blood pressure and gastrointestinal dysfunction, with or without high protein, during the last half of pregnancy or postpartum. This disorder is caused by an imbalance in the blood vessels in the placenta and the mother and always resolves after childbirth. Although most pregnancies with this disease end in good outcomes for the mother and fetus, these cases run the risk of death of the mother, fetus, or both, or serious illness. In addition, women with pre-eclampsia are at greater risk of developing cardiovascular disease in the future.
(Herpes) – Herpes is an infection characterized by pain and sores of the genitals. It is transmitted sexually if there is no protection and is very common.
(osteoporosis) – a disease that weakens the bones in the body. It is very common and has no known cure
Glioblastoma – the most malignant and common brain tumor.
There are currently no treatments available, and almost all patients experience tumor recurrence.
Desmoplastic small-round-cell tumor – a rare cancer with no cure.
(Myasthenia gravis) – This is an autoimmune neuromuscular disorder that leads to fluctuating, muscle weakness, and weakness.
There is no cure for this disease.