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Gardner syndrome

Gardner syndrome, also known as Weiner Gardner syndrome, familial multiple colonic polyps osteoma soft tissue tumor syndrome and familial colonic polyps. It is a chromosomal dominant disease, which is a multifaceted manifestation of a single gene. In 1905, Gardner reported that patients with colonic polyposis complicated with familial osteoma, soft tissue tumor and colon cancer had more opportunities. Later, Smith proposed the triple syndrome of colonic polyposis, soft tissue tumor and osteoma as Gardner syndrome in 1958. The pathogenesis of this syndrome is unknown. Colonic polyps are adenomatous polyps, the canceration rate is 50%, and osteomas are benign. Both men and women have a family history.

Symptoms

Liver tuberculosis

Hepatic hydatid cyst

Hepatomegaly

Hepatorenal syndrome

Liver blood deficiency syndrome

Liver injury

Post hepatitis syndrome

Extrahepatic bile duct injury

Hepatitis double infection

Disharmony between liver and stomach

Hepatic fibrosis

Cirrhotic male hyposexual syndrome

Cirrhotic renal damage

Hepatic amyloidosis

Focal nodular hyperplasia of liver

Mental disorders associated with hepatolenticular degeneration

Inflammatory pseudotumor of liver

Liver distension

Stenosis of anal canal, rectum and colon

Anal canal injury

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