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The following Conditions are related to Loss of balance

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  • Hippel disease (hls)

    Hippel disease (HLS) is a hereditary disorder characterized by tumors developing in many organs. It results from a VHL gene mutation (change). Hemangioblastomas, which are blood vessel tumors of the brain, spinal cord, and retina, are tumors associated with HLS. Retinal tumors, also known as retinal angiomas, can cause blindness if they are not promptly treated. Additionally, clear cell renal cell carcinoma (ccRCC), a particul  Read More

  • Von hippel lindau disease

    The disorder known as von hippel-lindau (VHL) disease is hereditary (inherited). People with VHL have an increased risk of developing cancers in their eyes, kidneys, pancreas, adrenal glands, brain, spinal cord, and early adulthood. Most of the time, these tumors are benign (not cancer), but some of them can be malignant (cancerous). Is the von Hippel-Lindau (VHL) disease manageable? There is a 50% ri  Read More

  • Wallenbergs syndrome

    Usually, faulty modifications (mutations) in the EZH2 gene result in Wallenberg syndrome. The EZH2 gene functions wrongly as a result of these detrimental alterations. The EZH2 gene has the ability to methylate, or switch on and off, other genes. The fact that Wallenberg syndrome affects numerous body systems is due to the influence of the EZH2 gene on the operation of numerous other genes. However, it is unkn  Read More