... . The iron damage to the heart can lead to heart failure
. The anemia is typically microcytic and ... hypothyroidism . Death may occur due to heart failure
or pneumonia .
... on a 7-year-old girl who passed away from heart failure
with atransferrinemia. The half-normal levels of ...
Other heart conditions
- Cardiomegaly - Ventricular hypertrophy ( ...
Pneumothorax - Respiratory failure
- Atelectasis - Mediastinitis
... disease - Cholestasis - Hepatitis - Liver failure
- Cirrhosis - NASH - PBC - Budd-Chiari - ...
... syndrome that is a co-morbidity of cancer and Congestive Heart failure
; Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease ; burns, liver failure, etc. ... sarcopenia is unknown, but it may be due to a combination of the gradual failure
in the " satellite cells " which help to regenerate skeletal muscle ...
... and further $1 billion to successfully market a new product. The failure
rate of product development is very high and in many cases failure
is not evident until a great proportion of this investment has been ...
... stiffening. Increased aortic PWV has been shown to predict cardiovascular and in some cases all cause mortality in individuals with end stage renal failure
(Blacher et al.,Circulation. 1999; 99: 2434–2439), hypertension (Laurent et al., Hypertension. 2001; 37: 1236–1241), diabetes mellitus (Cruickshank ...
... the development of a range of autoimmune diseases, the most common clinical conditions in the syndrome are hypoparathyroidism, primary adrenocortical failure
and chronic mucocutaneous candidiasis.  AIRE is expressed primarily in the thymus.
A gene knockout of the murine homolog Aire has created ...
... for that condition; now it is seen less frequently in those countries where such treatment is available. In those patients who have Congestive Heart failure
, there is also a cachectic syndrome. Also, a cachexia co-morbidity is seen in patients that have any of the range of illnesses classified as " COPD ...
... of time fat is reported remaining in the body, many physicians and other researchers worldwide since the 1980s have tracked success, safety and failure
rates of fat transfer.  
In most applications, fat injections are laid down through several different layers of skin and muscle to ...
... dry skin, dermatitis , atopic dermatitis , scabies , etc. The condition is characteristic of a symptom of other illnesses like liver failure
where pruritus is caused by increases of bilirubin .
It is usually associated with neurotic excoriations . Neurotic excoriations are ...
... clinical medicine that deals with pain and symptom relief and emotional support in patients with terminal illnesses including cancer and heart failure
Pediatrics (AE) or paediatrics (BE) is devoted to the care of infants, children, and adolescents. Like internal medicine, there are many ...
... but "cholesterol" is the surrogate marker.
Examples of other surrogate markers include:
fragmented blood cells are a surrogate marker for organ failure
or stroke in
the S-phase duration, may be used as a surrogate marker for breast cancer occurrence;
CD4 count is a surrogate ...