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Prion disease

Prion diseases are a group of transmissible degenerative diseases of the nervous system caused by variant prion proteins. Also known as prion disease or protein particle disease. Prion protein disease is a kind of infectious prion protein, which leads to sporadic degeneration of central nervous system. Animal prion diseases include sheep pruritus, infectious mink encephalopathy, elk and mule deer chronic wasting disease and bovine spongiform encephalopathy. It is known that human prion diseases mainly include Creutzfeldt Jakob disease, kuru disease, Gerstmann straussler syndrome, fatal familial insomnia, prion dementia without characteristic pathological changes and prion dementia with spastic paraplegia.

Symptoms

Transient ischemic attack

Bile reflux gastritis

Hypoglycemia

Hypokalemia

Simple goiter

Protein energy malnutrition

Hyponatremia

Polymyositis

Takayasu arteritis

Lobar pneumonia

Polycystic kidney

Multiple myeloma

Thalassemia

Simple purpura

Erythema multiforme

cholecystitis

Biliary ascariasis

Polycystic ovary syndrome

Hyperhidrosis

Single atrium

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