What do Star Trek and the Canadian Space Agency have in common?
Yes, there are many similarities between Star Trek and the Canadian Space Agency! When Enterprise crew members became sick, Dr. McCoy was able to diagnose the problem in record time, using his medical tricorder. MicroFlow could pave the way for just such a gadget. Tested by the CSA on the International Space Station in 2013, this miniaturized version of a flow cytometer (a common research or clinical laboratory instrument used for a range of bioanalysis and clinical diagnoses) can spot cells and biological molecules rapidly by using fibre-optic technology.
I can't believe how close we are.... less than one week. And all what I feel right now is anxiety, fear... I don't know am I ready. What if we don't get answers? What if we die undiagnosed too? What if this analysis don't show nothing? What is next? Do they will still trying to find explanation? Or will let us to live our lives and in the end die undiagnosed? Do we have #MarfanSyndrome or #EhlersDanlosSyndrome ?or something else. Our genetics suspect of vascular Ehlers Danlos. What if analysis confirm that diagnosis? What if we really have vEDS? What if our mom died from sepsis because of organ rapture? What is our life expectancy? Is short? What is going to happen with us?Do we will be able to have children? Do we will give this disease to our children? . There is so many questions. . I feel so lonely. We got this from our mother. And she is not here with us in this moment and she not going to be with us next Wednesday. I hope she watching over us 😇❤ I doing all this for her. We couldn't save her but I will be more peaceful if we finally get diagnosis and answers about our lives, her life and her death. Please pray for us! We need this so bad. We need answers! Go use hash tag #twinshopeandpray to show your support this week! Thank you all ❤ #sister#mom#connectivetissuedisorder#raredisease#undiagnosed#diagnosis#hopeitsinourgenes#geneticdisorder#geneticdisease#hope#spoonie#chronicillness#invisibleillness#connectivetissue
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WHAT IS CROUZON SYNDROME? WHAT DOES SURGICAL TREATMENT LOOK LIKE? Ask@DrBrainAndSpine.com TAG SOME... Crouzon syndrome is a genetic disorder characterized by the premature fusion of certain skull bones (craniosynostosis). This early fusion prevents the skull from growing normally and affects the shape of the head and face. Many features of Crouzon Syndrome result from the premature fusion of the skull bones. Characteristics Brachycephaly (short anteroposterior dimension of the head); Facial hypoplasia; Exophthalmos that could lead; in severe cases; the eyelids not to close; Increased distance between the eyes (hypertelorism) usually in a non-serious degree. The clinical varies from lighter form (which can elude diagnosis) to serious, incompatible with life. Mental development In most cases individuals with Crouzon syndrome have normal intellectual development. Functional Problems Increased intracranial pressure due to the reduced capacity of the skull. It’s a common problem and can appear at any time with serious consequences; Decrease or loss of vision which is usually caused by increased intracranial pressure; Eye irritation due to weakness in the closure of the eyelids. It can create permanent corneal damage; Respiratory difficulty, especially during sleep obstructive sleep apnea). In severe form is incompatible with life. Even in the most mild forms it causes significant problems (disturbed sleep, sleepiness during the day, inability to concentrate). #CrouzonSyndrome#Infant#Child#Neurosurgeon#Brain#Skull#fusion#genetic#disorder#pediatrics#Crouzon#premature#bones#surgery#surgeon#craniosynostosis#operation#geneticdisorder#DrBrainAndSpine#operating#synostosis#sutures#face#diagnosis#Facial#hypoplasia#Brachycephaly#Exophthalmos#hypertelorism