Cyclopia is an extreme malformation of the external & internal structure of the head. It can not be treated or cured. The brain is so radically reduced and simplified that there is no way to "repair" it. It had never grown properly to begin with. In typical Cyclopia, there is but one eyeball in the middle of the face (?). The brain is not divided into hemispheres and is missing many components. In addition, the nose,if not absent altogether, is a proboscis that is unconnected to the throat. The bones of the face serve wholly different functions than normally (eye orbit made of nasal bones, for example.). It is inconceivable to even think of treating cyclopia. The "baby" doesn't live long -fortunantly, rumors of such -creatures- surviving and even reaching adulthood notwithstanding. (one said to be living in seclusion and not wanting to see anybody lest it be some sideshow agent coming to exploit him).
I think you have a wrong information, the reason behind the same is there are 100s of doctors who have treated disease like Vitiligo. The chances of getting cured depends upon the time for which you are affected by Vitiligo. If you got infected recently then there are 90% chances that you'll get cured.
In many cases, ischemia can be successfully treated, but the underlying disease process of atherosclerosis is usually not "cured." The outcome for silent ischemia has not been well established.
You cannot polish fully cured interior acrylic latex paint, it does not set up well enough to be polished. It is not designed for this and doing so can ruin your finish.
Because it hasn't fully 'cured' yet.
About the 1830's but it was able to be cured until the 1890's
how does it impact in a family with a baby that has cyclopia
Carcinoma can be treated, but not cured.
No but can be treated
NO.Typically, the face is either missing or replaced with a non-functioning nose in the form of a proboscis. Such a proboscis generally appears above the central eye, or on the back, and is characteristic of a form of cyclopia called rhinencephaly or rhinocephalyMost such embryos are either naturally aborted or are stillborn upon delivery.Although cyclopia is rare, several cyclopic human babies are preserved in medical museums (e.g. The Vrolik Museum, Amsterdam).Some extreme cases of cyclopia have been documented in inbred farm animals (horses, sheep, pigs, and sometimes chickens). In such cases, the nose and mouth fail to form, or the nose grows from the roof of the mouth obstructing airflow, resulting in suffocation shortly after birth.
yes it can be.
Yes, it can be treated, but not fully cured. Rehab and medication is necissary for the treatment of this disorder.
No it can't be cured but it can be treated
Hypoxia can be treated with oxygen therapy
They can be cured by smoking chronic bud. This is good for other types of chronic pains.
STIs can be treated differently and some can only be cured while others can't. Other communicable diseases can be treated and cured.
Acquired sideroblastic anemia may be cured when the condition that causes it is treated or removed.