The following Conditions are related to Heart rate

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  • Encephalocele

    An uncommon illness called encephalocele that develops before birth (congenital). Typically, the third and fourth weeks of pregnancy are when the brain and spinal cord develop. The neural tube is how they are created. The majority of encephaloceles develop when the neural tube is not completely closed. When the baby's brain, neurological system, and skull are just beginning to form, this should take place. Brain tissue and spi  Read More

  • Pure red blood cell aplasia

    Pure red cell aplasia (PRCA) is a very rare blood production disorder that affects the precursor of the red blood cell which are called reticulocytes. In PRCA, the bone marrow stops producing red blood cells, and this leads to low red blood cell count or anemia. This disorder usually affects adults. Red blood cells are responsible for carrying oxygen to various cells and tissues. What causes PRCA? According  Read More

  • Purpura, thrombotic thrombocytopenic

    Thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura is a rare condition that leads to blood clots to build small blood vessels across the course of the body. Clots like these can result in severe medical issues if they end up blocking blood vessels and restrict the flow of blood to organs like the brain, kidneys and the heart. A protein of ADAMTS13 enzyme in the blood plays a role in blood clotting. An inadequacy in the ADAMTS13  Read More

  • Reflex neurovascular dystrophy

    Reflex sympathetic dystrophy syndrome (RSDS), also known as complex regional pain syndrome, is a rare disorder of the sympathetic nervous system that is characterized by chronic, severe pain. The sympathetic nervous system is that part of the autonomic nervous system that regulates involuntary functions of the body such as increasing heart rate, constricting blood vessels, and increasing blood pressure. Excessive or abnormal responses of porti  Read More

  • Schilder disease

    Adrenoleukodystrophy is an X-linked recessive genetic disorder caused by an abnormality in the ABCD1 gene on the X chromosome. This condition affects the white matter of the nervous system and the adrenal cortex. Some affected individuals have adrenal insufficiency, which means that reduced amounts of certain hormones such as adrenaline and cortisol are produced, leading to abnormalities in blood pressure, heart rate, sexual development and re  Read More