What is DMC diagnosis?
Dyggve-Melchior-Clausen syndrome (DMC) is a rare, progressive genetic disorder characterized by abnormal skeletal development, microcephaly and intellectual disability. The condition was first reported by Dyggve, Melchior and Clausen in 1962 in three of eight siblings where the father was the mother’s paternal uncle.
What is the average life expectancy of a person with Williams syndrome?
Most people with Williams syndrome have a normal life expectancy, but some may have a reduced life expectancy due to complications of the disease (such as cardiovascular problems). Oftentimes, people with Williams syndrome will need additional support as they grow into adults.
What causes DMC?
DMC is caused by mutations in the DYM gene and is inherited in an autosomal recessive manner. Some researchers have described an X-linked pattern of inheritance, which has not been confirmed to date.
What are the symptoms of PDQ® cancer treatment?
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What are the signs and symptoms of cancer?
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What are the signs and symptoms of dysgerminomas?
Abdominal symptoms including pressure, pain, pelvic pressure, low back discomfort, mild nausea, feeling full early when eating, constipation and gas are all non-specific in nature. In their early manifestations they are asymptomatic. The incidence of dysgerminomas has remained unchanged over the last 30 years.
What are the symptoms of endometrial cancer?
Symptoms often do not begin until the cancer becomes larger and grows into nearby tissue. When this happens, the most common symptoms are: Abnormal vaginal bleeding, such as bleeding after vaginal sex, bleeding after menopause, bleeding and spotting between periods, or having (menstrual) periods that are longer or heavier than usual.