The following Conditions are related to Vomiting

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  • Calcium gout, familial

    There are many risk factors for calcium gout, familial. If you are at risk of developing this condition, you should be aware of what these factors are so that you can prevent yourself from getting it. There are several risk factors associated with familial gout, including: 1. Family history: The first thing to know about calcium gout is that it is hereditary. This means that if one of your parents has  Read More

  • Craniocarpotarsal dystrophy (dysplasia)

    Freeman-Sheldon syndrome is a rare inherited disorder characterized by multiple contractures (i.e., restricted movement around two or more body areas) at birth (congenital), abnormalities of the head and face (craniofacial) area, defects of the hands and feet, and skeletal malformations. Craniofacial abnormalities may consist of characteristic facial features that cause the individual to appear to be whistling. These features include an extrem  Read More

  • Kenny caffey syndrome

    There is no cure for Kenny Caffey Syndrome yet, but there are some promising treatments. 1. There is a new drug that can help control the symptoms of KCS. It's called M-22, and it works by blocking the action of serotonin receptors in the brain. This helps reduce the severity of some of the symptoms, including seizures and involuntary movement. 2. Another treatment option is deep brain stimulation (DB  Read More

  • Kenny disease

    Kenny disease is a rare genetic disorder that causes skeletal abnormalities, such as joint stiffness, joint contractures, and muscle weakness. It also causes breathing problems, which can be life-threatening. The symptoms of Kenny-Caffey syndrome vary from person to person. Some people develop symptoms by the time they are toddlers or preschoolers; others have few symptoms until adulthood. People with  Read More