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Factor V Leiden is the name of a particular gene mutation that results in thrombophilia, which is an elevated tendency to develop abnormal blood clots that can block blood vessels. People with factor V Leiden thrombophilia have a higher risk of thrombosis in a deep vein thrombosis clot. Although factor V Leiden thrombophilia raises the risk of blood clots, only around 10% of people with the factor V Leiden mutation have abnormal clots. The factor V Leiden mutation, according to some studies, may also increase the risk of other problems during pregnancy, such as pregnancy-induced elevated blood pressure, reduced fetal growth, and early separation of the placenta from the uterine wall. The majority of women with factor V Leiden thrombophilia have normal pregnancies.
Thrombophilia is an elevated risk of abnormal blood clots in blood vessels. People with prothrombin thrombosis are at a greater risk of a clot called a deep venous thrombosis, which is common in leg deep veins. Nonetheless, most people with prothrombin thrombophilia do not have abnormal blood clots. According to some studies, prothrombin thrombophilia has been correlated with an increased risk of pregnancy loss but may also increase the risk of other conditions during pregnancy. It is also important to note that most women with prothrombin thrombophilia have normal pregnancies.
Newborns with Proteus syndrome have few or no symptoms of the disorder. The pattern of overgrowth in people with Pro Proseus syndrome is not definite, but it can affect virtually every part of the body. This pattern of skin growth occurs on the soles of the feet, and it is rare in conditions other than Pro Prospero syndrome. Pro Proteus syndrome blood vessels and fat can also rise abnormally. Some people with Pro Proteus syndrome have medical disorders, seizures, and vision loss. For reasons that are unclear, affected people with neurological disorders are more likely to have distinctive facial characteristics than those without neurological problems. An increased risk of obtaining various types of noncancerous tumors and a specific form of blood clot called a deep venous thrombosis are two of Proteus syndrome's potential complications. Pulmonary embolism is a common cause of death among people with ProProseus syndrome.
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