Hal Dietz | Analysis of Connective Tissue Problems


3 Responses to “Hal Dietz | Analysis of Connective Tissue Problems”

  1. redTanto says:

    I hear of a program for bringing patients in where their stay and research/treatment is paid by Johns Hopkins, but I am having difficulty finding the name of said program. I have a connective tissue defect theorized to be EDS, but the doctors where I have been have not been up to par on knowledge.

  2. Deborah Archer says:

    Dr Deitz I am just learning of this disorder Loey Dietz syndrome, all though many of the symptom are in several family members I am the one with more of the similarities' I am considering being tested for the one that involve bicuspid valve and osteoarthritis . I have a mechanical heart valve now I had a  thoracic  aneurysm a patent ovule and
    a blockage repaired but I suffer much joint degeneration and many repeated infections. My brother has also had a valve replacement  because of a bicuspid aortic valve he too had a thoracic aneurysms and a knee replacement , My son has a bicuspid valve and my brothers grandson has it . there are several cousins with it and all this is on my mothers side of the family , my mother had a knee replacement and died from complications after the surgery.  Does this sound to you like it could be a genetic thing for this family? Can you tell me the best way to get some genetic testing?

  3. Acupuncture KOSA says:

    Mixed connective tissue disease (MCTS) Testimonial – Day 4 by KOSA Acupuncture

    For more detailed information about her other symptoms (Lupus, Rheumatoid arthritis, Polymyositis, Scleroderma, and Raynaud's disease) in addition to Mixed connective tissue disease (MCTS), KOSA Acupuncture treatment and daily progress,
    please visit http://saahm.proboards.com/thread/447/mixed-connective-tissue-disease-001

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