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Complications of Hunter syndrome can involve all of the organ systems, including respiratory, skeletal, connective tissue, cardiac, and brain (neurologic). Life expectancy for individuals with Hunter syndrome ranges from about 10 to 20 years of age.What is the prognosis for Hunter syndrome?
The life expectancy the person with Hunter syndrome is reduced and ranges from about 10 to 20 years of age. However, with mild disease, some individuals live into adulthood. Obstruction of breathing or heart disease are the major causes of death.What causes Shoguns disease?
Sjogren's is caused by white blood cells mistakenly attacking moisture-producing glands . The causes of Sjogren's remain largely unknown. Studies have indicated that a viral or bacterial infection may trigger the disease, but that the underlying cause is primarily genetic and environmental.What is bow Hunter's syndrome?
Bow Hunter’s syndrome is a stroke that is caused by turning the head to the side in a forcible way. Turning the head in this way puts pressure on the vertebral arteries in the neck; this pressure will cause the blood flow to be impaired.