What is the treatment for Behcet disease?
Most treatment efforts attempt to reduce pain and inflammation. Corticosteroids such as Prednisone are prescribed since they are effective at regulating inflammatory responses.
Behcet disease is caused by an autoimmune response that triggers inflammation of the blood vessels. Researchers have discovered a gene, HLA-B51, which predisposes an individual to BD.
The disease is named for a Turkish dermatologist, Hulusi Behcet, who first reported a patient with recurrent mouth and genital ulcers along with uveitis in 1937.
no but as I see it treatment of genetic disease is treating a genetic problem as a genetic treatment of a disease is using genetics to stop a certain disease that can be treated with genetics
After someone has disease, what is the medical treatment?
No treatment is available for Krabbe's disease.
A disease that is refractory to treatment is one that stubbornly refuses to respond to treatment.
Treatment but not a cure - and it is spelled Gaucher's disease.
No treatment is currently available for Wolman's disease.
More than twice as many females are diagnosed with BD than males in the United States. However, in Middle Eastern and Asian areas, significantly more men are affected than females.
There is no treatment for Tay-Sachs disease.
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chronic disease treatment, acute disease treatment
Therapy means treatment of disease, Therapeutically means treatment of disease by medication / medicines.
Gaucher Disease Treatment Program. http://gaucher.mgh.harvard.edu.
There is no treatment or cure for turner's syndrome as it is a genetic disease.
There is no cure for Alpers'disease. Also, there is currently no treatment that will slow the progression of the disease. Therefore, treatment is aimed at symptoms such as the seizures.
Well it all depends on which heart disease a person has. The type determines the treatment. But there is a treatment for all known heart diseases.
The longer a patient is ill with Lyme disease before treatment, the longer the course of therapy must be, and the more aggressive the treatment
There are dozens and dozens of different types of heart disease. The treatment varies considerably, depending upon the specific type of heart disease.
yes there is a cure for the disease
The presence of recurring oral ulcers (three or more times in one year) and at least two of four secondary symptoms, including recurring genital ulcers, uveitis, skin lesions, a positive pathergy test.
There is no cure for moyamoya disease. Early treatment is important to avoid mental and physical impairment. Treatment options include medications and surgical revascularization
It depends on how bad the periodontal disease is. Treatment can be deep cleaning, deep cleaning with surgery and extractions.
Treatment varies widely with the type of disease, the effect that pregnancy has on the disease, and the effect that the disease has on pregnancy. Additional tests may help determine the need for changes in medication or additional treatment.
homosexuality is not a disease, so there is no "treatment" for it.
There is no treatment for progeria. That is genetic aberration and not a disease.
The treatment of sickle cell disease is to prevent infections, organ damage, and strokes; and control complications (:
In general, no specific treatment for fifth disease is required. The symptoms can be treated using over-the counter medications.
A drug or treatment that cures or controls the symptoms of a disease is known as a curative drug.
yes there is a treatment
It is called chemical treatment
Addison's Disease is a very serious disease that is also known as hypoadrenocorticism.
if you have a bacterial disease you can treat it with antibiotics.
what is the symptoms TV disease .treatment of tv is possible
No it is not a disease.
Treatment of a disease includes pharmacotherapy, surgical procedure, advice of behavioural modification etc. which will control or cure the disease. Management is rather a more wider term which will cover the diagnosis, treatment, sharing patient's personal, familial, social and national issues etc.
yes ------------------- No serious treatment exist now !
The treatment should be up to your doctor.
The treatment for huntington's Disease are: drugs that can help treat movement problems and other emotions/mental problems.
Parenchymal is a term used to cover any disease that impedes the function of the liver cells. Treatment depends on the diagnosis.
Psoriasis is the most common skin disease treated with UVB light treatment.
Antibiotic drugs are prescribed to patients of Lyme disease. It is best to see a physician who specializes in infectious disease so that they can determine the best treatment for you. Physicians who are not as familiar with Lyme disease can still prescribe an antibiotic but may not be able to oversee continuing treatment. If caught early, Lyme disease can be treated successfully and put into remission. For more information about Lyme disease, visit www.lyme.org.
Typically, an endocrinologist would not diagnose and treat gall bladder disease. Endocrinologists specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of the metabolism and endocrine system. For treatment of gall bladder disease, it would be best to seek the treatment from a doctor who specializes in gastroenterology.
You can I receive an effective Graves Disease treatment at the Mayo clinic. There are also a number of first response hospital in each state that would be able to give you an effective treatment.
Antibiotics are used to treat lyme disease. Even with this course of treatment some people live with this disease for the remainder of their lives. Antibiotics can be very effective if given during early stage of the disease. You can also get surgery/treatment for it.
Aloe vera is not a recognized treatment for fungal disease. See your health care provider for effective diagnosis and treatment.
Without treatment, Wilson disease is always fatal. With treatment, symptoms may continue to worsen for the first six to eight weeks.
Antibiotics are the primary treatment for Lyme disease; the most appropriate antibiotic treatment depends upon the patient and the stage of the disease. The antibiotics of choice are Doxycycline (in adults), amoxicillin (in children), erythromycin (for pregnant women) and ceftriaxone, with treatment lasting 14 to 28 days.
According to the NHS Choices website the best treatment for Lymes disease at all stages is antibiotics. Usually these are taken orally but may need to be taken intravenously if the disease is advanced.