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Walking Corpse Syndrome

Walking corpse syndrome is a rare neuropsychiatric mental disorder wherein affected people suffer from delusions of being dead, decomposition of their bodies, ceasing of their existence, and loss of all their important organs and/or blood. Some patients have stated that they can even smell their own decomposing/rotting flesh. Contradictorily, some patients incorrectly believe that they […]

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Noonan Syndrome

Noonan is condition that alters the normal appearance of the face and body statute. Noonan syndrome is a congenital disease meaning that it dates from birth. It is always evident but its detection may depend with its severity. Noonan syndrome does not select the race or the sex of an individual. Noonan syndrome begins at […]

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Angelman Syndrome

Angelman syndrome is a genetic condition wherein affected babies may elicit developmental delays, speech defects, imbalance, abnormal walking and posture, seizure, and other neurological issues. Developmental deficits become visible in 6 to 12 months post birth while convulsions start after 2 to 3 years. Angelman syndrome patients are usually happy and have an excitable and […]

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Treacher Collins Syndrome

Treacher Collins, also known as the Treacher Collins–Franceschetti syndrome is a rare autosomal congenital disorder characterized by extreme facial deformities. Other prominent features include slanting eyes, hearing disorders and absent ear/ears, comparatively smaller jaw (lower). There is also an underdeveloped zygoma in some cases. However these deformities do not impact the normal growth, development and intelligence of […]

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