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Recurrent Spontaneous Abortions

investigation included normal anatomic (HSG/hysteroscopy), genetic, biochemical, hormonal and immunological (autoantibodies) testing. Her husband suffers from OTA and bacteriospermia, which was treated ...

Vitamin D Abnormality / Parathyroid Hormone Abnormality

is also affected, she is wondering if we could have a genetic abnormality that affects the vitamin D feedback mechanism in their ... feel that this response is abnormal, so portions of the testing have been repeated. Results : ...

Possible Anorexia, Vomiting, Failure to Gain Weight and Linear Growth Retardation

• Cockayne Syndrome negative • Check of many genetic disorders done in the US (see attached) found nothing as well. ... No other evaluations were provided. Various genetic testing for Familial dysautonomia, Cockayne syndrome, Bloom syndrome and Russel ...

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ALP ALT ANA ANA and anti-phospholipids testing ANA screening test ANA serologies ANCA ANF ASA ... type Charcot Marie Tooth disease Check of genetic disorders Checking Endocrine abnormalities Checking thoracic ...

Multiple miscarriages

4 miscarriages with a thorough investigation, including genetic, anatomic, immune and thrombophilic testing. Nothing of significance has emerged to justify 4 miscarriages. ...

Possible Vitamin D/ Parathyroid Hormone Abnormality_1

tooth fillings. She wonders whether the reason could be genetic abnormality.   ... feel that this response is abnormal, so portions of the testing have been repeated. Results : ...

Feeding problems, vomiting and short stature in prematurely born child

underwent allergies, endocrynology and genetic workup regarding her short stature (as described below) that was ... Cockayne Syndrome - negative. Check of many genetic disorders done in the US (see attached) found nothing as well. ... No other evaluations were provided. Various genetic testing for Familial dysautonomia, Cockayne syndrome, Bloom syndrome ...

Partial seizures in 4 years old girl

any further tests? I would recommend repeat EEG testing - possibly a 24-hour EEG if that is available. If the EEG shows ... and likely benign. For Rolandic epilepsy it is a genetic epilepsy and begins around this age. Focal epilepsy can start at any ...

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