Symptoms And Description Of Prader-Willi Syndrome

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PRADER-WILLI SYNDROME 2
Abstract
Prader-Willi Syndrome is a congenital disorder as a result of a partial chromosome, having a missing segment when the child is gaining chromosomes; it creates an impact on the infant 's physically, mentally, and behaviorally. It is a defect on their chromosome 15, which affects one out of every 15000 births. Prader-Willi Syndrome (PWS) is a genetic disease that causes children to be hyperphagia meaning they never get full, along with abnormalities of their physical appearance, and if not diagnosed and treated early can lead to severe obesity.
Although there is no cure for this disease it can be managed with a group of health care professionals, and most importantly with the help of the
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It requires early diagnosis in order for the child to get treatment and be able to thrive with their life.
PRADER-WILLI SYNDROME 3
Prader Willi-Syndrome
Introduction
Prader-Willi syndrome, it is a disease that affects one in 15000 children, giving them an inability of controlling their own bodies in many ways. (Prader-Willi Syndrome). This disease is not one of the most popular or known but it still affects many people in our country. With an understanding of the disease it can be better treated for and the children with PWS have a bigger opportunity to thrive.
Detailed Description
It is a rare disorder that is due to a missing part of the child 's chromosome 15. It is mostly known for the constant sense of hunger children have at the beginning of age 2. Children with
PWS have hyperphagia, the inability to feel full, and have a hard time controlling their weight.
Most children become obese, and without treatment the disease can cause many problems to their body. Once a child is diagnosed a team of health care workers along with the patience 's family work together to provide the child with quality care and give the child as

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