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Alport Syndrome

Alport Syndrome is a hereditary disease, so learn its diagnosis, causes, symptoms, complications, prognosis and treatment in advance if your parents have this disease.

What Is The Life Expectancy Of Alport Syndrome

What Is The Life Expectancy Of Alport Syndrome

Alport syndrome is a form of genetic disease involving a mutation which affects a persons ears, eyes and kidneys. There is no cure for this disease, so many people are concerned about the prognosis and want to know how long they can live wi...Read More

Symptoms of Alport Syndrome

Symptoms of Alport Syndrome

Alport Syndrome is an inherited form of kidney inflammation (Nephritis). It is caused by mutation in a gene for a protein in connective tissue, called collagen. At the very early stage, people dont have any symptom. However, progressive des...Read More

Will Alport Syndrome Pass on to the Children

Will Alport Syndrome Pass on to the Children

As we have known, Alport Syndrome is an inherited kidney disorder. Then the question as to how to avoid the inheritance and give birth to a healthy baby becomes an concerned issues in the sufferers who expect to have a baby. There are sever...Read More

Elevated Blood Urea Nitrogen (BUN) and Creatinine in Alport Syndrome

Elevated Blood Urea Nitrogen (BUN) and Creatinine in Alport Syndrome

Alport Syndrome (AS) is known as an inherited kidney disorder that could affect the eyes, ears and kidneys. Damage on basement membrane of kidneys typically causes blood and proteins in urine. Blood urea nitrogen (BUN) and creatinine are si...Read More

Diagnosis of Alport Syndrome

Diagnosis of Alport Syndrome

Alport Syndrome is a genetic glomerular basement membrane disease which is typically characterized by blood in urine, progressive kidney function decline and sensorineural deafness. It is a kidney disorder caused by mutations of collagens o...Read More

How Is Alport Syndrome Inherited

How Is Alport Syndrome Inherited

Alport Syndrome, also can be called hereditary nephritis, is a genetic kidney problem. As virulence gene in X chromosome, hereditary rule is related with gender, Now, lets have a look about how Alport Syndrome is inherited. 1. If a mother h...Read More

Alport Syndrome Questionnaire

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