About Basan Syndrome

Basan Syndrome, also known as adermatoglyphia with congenital facial milia and acral blisters, digital contractures, and nail abnormalities, is related to contractures, pterygia, and spondylocarpotarsal fusion syndrome 1a and adermatoglyphia. An important gene associated with Basan Syndrome is SMARCAD1 (SWI/SNF-Related, Matrix-Associated Actin-Dependent Regulator Of Chromatin, Subfamily A, Containing DEAD/H Box 1), and among its related pathways/superpathways are AMPK Enzyme Complex Pathway and Thermogenesis. Affiliated tissues include skin, salivary gland and bone, and related phenotypes are abnormal dermatoglyphics and abnormal blistering of the skin

Major Symptoms of Basan Syndrome

Basan syndrome is a rare autoimmune disorder characterized by symptoms such as skin rashes, joint pain, and fatigue. In addition, it can cause vision problems, and in severe cases, it may lead to kidney or liver damage. The exact cause of Basan syndrome is not known, but it is thought to involve an overreaction of the immune system to a protein found in some plants, including basil.

Suitable Lifestyle for People with Basan Syndrome

Basan syndrome is a rare disease characterized by facial muscle paralysis and movement disorders. For people with Basan syndrome, suitable lifestyle options include:

1. Keeping facial muscles active: Facial exercises, such as smiling, closing eyes, frowning, etc. , can help facial muscles maintain normal function.

2. Avoid direct sunlight: Patients with Basan syndrome are allergic to sunlight, and direct sunlight may aggravate symptoms.

3. Maintain oral hygiene: Patients with Basan syndrome may have oral problems, such as dry mouth, bad breath, etc. Maintaining oral hygiene can reduce symptoms.

4. Avoid consuming irritating foods: Some irritating foods and beverages, such as coffee, chocolate, spicy foods, etc. , may aggravate the symptoms of Basan syndrome and should be avoided as much as possible.

5. Increase facial exercises: Appropriate facial exercises can help patients maintain the normal function of facial muscles and improve their quality of life. In short, people with Basan syndrome should avoid direct sunlight, maintain oral hygiene, avoid eating irritating foods, etc. , and increase facial exercises appropriately to maintain the function of facial muscles. If you or someone close to you has Basan syndrome, talk to your doctor and follow your doctor's advice.

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