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Progressive hemifacial atrophy

Progressive hemifacial atrophy is also known as Parry Romberg syndrome. It is a progressive unilateral dystrophic disease of facial tissue. A few lesions involve the limbs or body, which is called progressive hemiatrophy.

Symptoms

Alcoholic brain atrophy

Staphylococcus aureus meningitis

Alcoholic amblyopia

Tendon tumor

Progressive lipodystrophy

Tension headache

Convulsion

Alcoholic myopathy

Progressive hypertrophic interstitial neuritis

Mental retardation

Alcoholic neuropathy

Progressive supranuclear palsy

Alcoholic dementia

Cervical spinal stenosis

Menopause and Alzheimer's disease syndrome

Toxic cerebellar degeneration in wine

Alcoholic peripheral neuropathy

Menopausal arthritis

Basal cell adenoma

Guillain Barre syndrome

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