Peter Pan syndrome

When Women Stop Mothering Their Men.”

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  • Peyronie disease

    Trauma does not explain why most cases develop slowly and with no apparent traumatic event. It also does not explain why some cases disappear quickly, and why similar conditions such as Dupuytren contracture do not seem to result from severe trauma. Some researchers theorize that Peyronie’s disease may be an autoimmune disorder. A number of […]

  • Pfeiffer syndrome

    Pfeiffer syndrome type 1 — The intellect is usually normal. There is moderate to severe underdevelopment (hypoplasia) of the midface, broad and inwardly deviated thumbs and big toes with variable degree of shortening of the digits (brachydactyly). Hydrocephalus and hearing loss may also occur. Pfeiffer syndrome type 2 — Developmental delay and mental retardation are […]

  • PGA (polyglandular autoimmune syndrome)

    replacing the various hormones that are in short supply, giving insulin for the diabetes, treating the yeast infections, etc. However, there is no known cure for PGA. The prognosis (outlook) depends on whether the critical hormone deficiencies are remedied and especially whether the infections can be successfully controlled. PGA goes by a confusing array of […]

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