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- False Memory Syndrome and the Inquisition
- Memories are modified by circumstance and environment There is a new witch hunt in the United States. It has no need for proof and there is no reprieve. It is sufficient to be accused, and the lingering stench never fades. It is sexual abuse of children. The...
Saga of Times Past >> History & Anthropology
- How reliable are things remembered under hypnosis?
- This has often arisen as both a legal issue (as in the reliability oftestimony obtained during or after hypnotherapy) and also a social issue(regarding the use of hypnotherapy to establish evidence of early child abuse,for example). It is entirely true that...
Parapsychology >> Hypnosis
- Healing Routine: How to setup a Healing Ritual
- This is a suggested form for rituals for any healing spell: First of all, there some things which much be done before the ritual itself. You need to diagnose your patient so that you know exactly what kind of healing where in which person you want to...
Paganism & Wicca >> Spells
- Have a Cuppa? [About Herbal Teas]
- Through the ages, long before modern doctors prescribed a wonder drug to help us with almost every ailment, it was the witches, shamans and priests before them, that brewed up the various drinks, ointments and poultices that have kept the human race...
Earth Mysteries >> Herbalism
Alport Syndrome is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Alport Syndrome books and related discussion.
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- Alport's syndrome
- Abstract. Alport's syndrome (AS) is a generalized inherited disorder of basement membranes, particularly those of glomeruli, that involves type IV collagen.
- Alport Syndrome, Adult Type (COL4A5) 3 Mutations
- In the United States, Alport syndrome accounts for 0.2 percent of adults and 3 percent Alport syndrome (AS) is a progressive renal disease with.
Suggested News Resources
- Young footballer could carry Olympic torch
- Two years ago, Joseph was diagnosed with a genetic disorder affecting his kidneys, known as Alport's Syndrome. Mrs O'Brien-Kirk said: “His kidneys will fail. The inherited kidney disease could also affect Joseph's sight and hearing.
- Family finds Samaritan
- When doctors discovered a high level of protein in his urine, a kidney biopsy verified alport syndrome, a genetic form of kidney inflammation caused by gene mutation, which is passed through the mother and affects males more dramatically.
- Kidney Kids travelling to LA
- She suffers Alport Syndrome, an inherited disorder that damages tiny blood vessels in the kidneys.
- Tattoo Benefit Slated for Today
- When Shawn was a child, he was diagnosed with Alport Syndrome. This is a genetic disease that affects the kidneys and ears and causes some vision problems. Within several years of diagnosis, he was in kidney failure.
- Chronic kidney disease in childhood
- In some such as Alport syndrome, the defective gene that causes kidney disease may also cause hearing or vision loss. * Glomerular diseases. Some diseases attack the individual filtering units in the kidney.
Suggested Web Resources
- Alport syndrome - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Alport syndrome or hereditary nephritis is a genetic disorder characterized by glomerulonephritis, endstage kidney disease, and hearing loss.
- Alport Syndrome Foundation | Hope, Action, Support
- Thank you for visiting the Alport Syndrome Foundation website.
- Alport syndrome: MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia
- Alport syndrome is an inherited form of kidney inflammation (nephritis). It is caused by a mutation in a gene for a protein in connective tissue, called collagen.
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