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Problems associated with Marfan Syndrome - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   Dear User, You have started the test chat with our doctor. The duration of the test chat is 5 minutes. After the trial period, you will be redirected to the Payment page.
Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you
User :   hi can i know is there any problem who have marfan syndrome
Doctor :   Our discussion about your problem may need more than 5 minutes. You will be taken to the payment page after 5 mins trial is over.It's a very nominal cost. After payment, you will be brought back to the chat from where you left it. I will be here to assist you.
Doctor :   Affected patients are usually taller and thinner than their family members
Doctor :   Their limbs are disproportionately long compared with the trunk
Doctor :   Dental crowding
User :   any futer life is there problem with them
Doctor :   Aortic dissection is common in patient with marfans
Doctor :   Mitral valve prolapse , bacterial endocarditis
Doctor :   patient's prognosis depends on the severity of cardiovascular complications and is mainly determined by progressive dilation of the aorta, which potentially leads to aortic dissection and death at a young age
Doctor :   improved detection, timely and improved surgical techniques, and the prophylactic use of beta-blockers all are helping to prolong survival. The average lifespan is now about 70 years
User :   nothing much serious na
Doctor :   there could be serious problem unless he seeks medical advise regularly
Doctor :   lifestyle adaptations, such as avoidance of strenuous exercise and contact sports, are often necessary to reduce the risk of aortic dissectionDoctor :   hi
User :   hi
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