About KBG Syndrome

Kbg Syndrome, also known as macrodontia, mental retardation, characteristic facies, short stature, and skeletal anomalies, is related to hypertelorism and 16q24. 3 microdeletion syndrome. An important gene associated with Kbg Syndrome is ANKRD11 (Ankyrin Repeat Domain Containing 11), and among its related pathways/superpathways are Chromatin Regulation / Acetylation and 22q11. 2 copy number variation syndrome. Affiliated tissues include bone, heart and kidney, and related phenotypes are scoliosis and short neck

Major Symptoms of KBG Syndrome



* Headache

* Fatigue

* Weakness

* Tremors

* Restlessness

* Muscle weakness

* Nausea

* Diarrhea

* Vomiting

* Abdominal pain

* Vision changes

* Dizziness

* Staggering

* Fainting

* Fatigue

* Restlessness

* Palpitations

* Arthritis

* Enlarged heart

* Shortness of breath

* Swollen legs

* Dizziness

* Nausea

* Fatigue

* Restlessness

* Muscle weakness

* Vision changes

* Abdominal pain

* Fatigue

* Shortness of breath

* Swollen feet

* Dizziness

* Nausea

* Restlessness

Suitable Lifestyle for People with KBG Syndrome

For patients with KBG syndrome, lifestyle adaptability varies depending on individual differences, but generally speaking, patients are recommended to maintain a regular schedule, ensure adequate sleep, perform appropriate exercise, and maintain a good mood. In terms of diet, you should avoid greasy, spicy, and irritating foods, and eat more light and easy-to-digest foods such as vegetables, fruits, and whole grains. In addition, regular examination and treatment should be carried out to ensure that the condition is effectively controlled.

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