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occurring as a syndrome.
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(sin-drom'ik, -drō'mik),
Relating to a syndrome.
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adjective Referring to a syndrome.
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Relating to a syndrome.
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Relating to a syndrome.
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Q. I have a little brother who has Fetal Alcolhol syndrome He is 9 yrs. old & was born wi the condition.

A. HELLO jamesis,i am very sorry to here that. right now you are a good sister to him,because you want to help him by learning about your brothers desease. your brother will have a normal life because he has you to help him in life. if you have read any of my answers you now know the reason i always tell people not to drink or drink and drive--im sorry you had to find this out this way. alcohol is a drug, just because it is legal doesnt make a difference. When you get older, and if you have a family like me-you can past this lesson down to your children--you are the hope of the world,because you and your friends can pass the word down to there friends and family and maybe just maybe you can stop mothers from drinking.stay strong if you need anymore questions asked just send we an email.mrfoot56

Q. What is asperger`s syndrome? what is asperger`s syndrome and how is it linked to Autistic spectrum disorder (ASD) or pervasive developmental disorder (PDD)?

A. Let me make it clear that PDD and ASD are same and autism is one of its types. Other types of PDD or ASD are asperger`s syndrome, Childhood disintegrative disorder, Rett's syndrome, Pervasive development disorder not otherwise specified (PDDNOS). They all have almost similar symptoms with some major differences so they are named differently. Like in asperger`s syndrome, it’s a milder form of autism. Here a child gets obsessive for one thing and excels in it to a good level as they don’t have delay in language and cognitive development. They do face problems in social interaction.

Q. How the fetus is influenced from Bloom syndrome? If the mother has the syndrome, what is the influence on the fetus?

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Emerging STIs and high rates of associated antibiotic resistance are poised to become major public health threats, caused in part by the syndromic management activities that lead to overuse of broad-spectrum antibiotics.
In New Mexico, 24 (67%) hospitals throughout the state provide syndromic surveillance data to the New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH).
All the participated members including control and patients were clinically well evaluated to exclude the syndromic possibilities of RP.
In presence of preauricular pit or tag, which can occur sporadically or inherited, and can be associated with a syndrome (such as BOR syndrome), the assessment of hearing function is still controversial [64]; audiometric testing has been recommended in case of syndromic forms, but there is no consensus on hearing investigation in sporadic cases, as the role of isolated preauricular pits as a risk factor for auditory impairment is still unclear [65-67].
Developing and validating a new national remote health advice syndromic surveillance system in England.
Interestingly, when we stratified our patient population to account for association of genetic syndromes, we noticed a higher rate of failure in the syndromic (50%) when compared to non-syndromic patients (14%).
The main interventions which could reduce the incidence and prevalence of STIs include primary prevention (information, education and communication campaigns, condom promotion, use of safe microbicides, and vaccines), screening and case finding among vulnerable groups (for example, pregnant women), STI case management using the syndromic approach, targeted interventions for populations at high risk (for example, sex workers), and in some circumstances (targeted) periodic mass treatment [2].
Syndromic surveillance systems rely on the use of prediagnostic data, such as from emergency department (ED) chief complaints, school absenteeism or pharmacy sales, to facilitate earlier detection of disease outbreaks compared with traditional diagnostic data such as from laboratories.
of London, UK) compiles eight essays by psychologists and specialists in development, language and communication, special education, and behavioral sciences in the UK, Sweden, Australia, China, and the US, who consider issues in syndromic and non-syndromic neurodevelopmental disorders: fragile X syndrome, Down's syndrome, Williams syndrome, and velocardiofacial syndrome, and dyslexia, autism spectrum disorder, specific language impairment, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
"It's called syndromic surveillance, and it's kind of a speciality of the UK," McCloskey told Reuters in an interview.

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