... for dialysis ), retinal damage with eventual blindness
, nerve damage and eventual gangrene with ... proliferative retinopathy which can lead to blindness
peripheral neuropathy which, particularly ... makes it the most common cause of blindness
among non-elderly adults in the US.
... or wood alcohol , for instance, is oxidized by alcohol dehydrogenase enzymes in the liver to the poisonous formaldehyde , which can cause blindness
or death. Interestingly, an effective treatment to prevent formaldehyde toxicity after methanol ingestion is to administer ethanol. This will bind to ...
... that rate can even approach 'normal'. The chronic diabetic complications include cerebrovascular accidents (CVA or stroke), heart attack, blindness
(from proliferative diabetic retinopathy ), toehr vascular damage, nerve damage from diabetic neuropathy , or kidney failure from diabetic ...
... short stature, folds of skin at the neck, abnormal development of secondary sexual characteristics , and an intellectual deficit known as space-form blindness
. Turner syndrome can occur in any birth (including singletons, fraternal female twins, or identical female twins), so an individual with Turner ...
... 50% chance of inheriting that X chromosome. Diseases well known for their X-linked recessive inheritance are hemophilia (types A and B), and color blindness
. There are few examples of X-linked dominant diseases; the best known in this category is vitamin D resistant rickets . The following genetic ...