The following Conditions are related to Difficulty breathing

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  • Batten turner congenital myopathy

    Batten turner congenital myopathy is a rare genetic disorder that is passed down through families. The exact cause of the condition is unknown, but it is thought to be associated with problems in the genes that control muscle development and function. There are a number of risk factors that have been identified as being associated with batten turner congenital myopathy. These include: 1. Having a family history of  Read More

  • Jarcho levin syndrome

    Jarcho-Levin syndrome is not currently curable. However, there are a few different medications that may help to decrease the symptoms of this disease. 1. Irinotecan: This is the most common drug used for treating jarcho levin syndrome, and it works by inhibiting the growth of cancer cells in the body. It's usually administered intravenously once every two weeks to three months, depending on how quickly your tumor  Read More

  • Postanesthetic apnea

    Postanesthetic apnea is a condition that can occur after surgery. People with this condition may have difficulty breathing and may need help from a ventilator. There is no cure for postanesthetic apnea, but it is generally a temporary condition that resolves on its own. Medications may be used to help people with this condition breathe more easily. There is no known cure for postanesthetic apnea. However, there ar  Read More

  • Tracheoesophageal fistula

    The esophagus and the trachea are connected by a fistula called a tracheoesophageal fistula. The tube that joins the throat and the stomach is known as the esophagus. The trachea is the tube that joins the windpipe and lungs to the throat. The esophagus and trachea are two separate tubes in their natural state. Tracheoesophageal fistula is a birth defect that implies that you are born with the issue. It took place  Read More

  • Werdnig hoffman disease

    The spinal muscular atrophies (SMAs), are characterized by degeneration of nerve cells (motor nuclei) within the lowest region of the brain (lower brainstem) and certain motor neurons in the spinal cord (anterior horn cells) leading to muscle weakness of the truncal, and extremity muscles initially, followed by chewing, swallowing and breathing difficulties. Motor neurons are nerve cells that transmit nerve impulses from the spinal cord or bra  Read More