Craziest diseases in the world

by in Better Health September 20, 2020

Craziest diseases in the world

There are many diseases around the world, but in addition to these diseases that are very well known, there are a number of specific diseases that may affect only one in every 100 million people. You may have heard of these diseases or seen pictures of them. These diseases may occur in a specific part of the world, or they may occur only for a particular race, or they may have their own very specific signs and symptoms. 

In this article, we will introduce you to the rarest diseases, tell you the signs and symptoms, and introduce you to the pictures of these diseases and the number of people who have been infected with these diseases.

Foreign accent syndrome

The disease was first discovered in 1907. This condition can be caused by a heart attack or trauma. Strangely enough, a person can speak their own language with different accents. Other symptoms of this disease include mispronunciation of syllables.

Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progressiva (FOP) 

The human body heals itself completely naturally, so that if it is injured, the body heals itself slowly over time. But in the body of patients who have this disease, this does not happen, that is, in fact, the body does not repair itself and does not create healthy tissue, that is, if the body of these patients is damaged, the muscles, tissues and joints instead of producing healthy tissue they actually harden.

Harlequin-type Ichthyosis

This skin disease is a very rare disease. Children born with this disease in 1970 all died, but today it can be prevented with early diagnosis and timely treatment. There is an extra thick layer of skin on the normal skin of the human body. 

Those who suffer from this disease also suffer from respiratory disabilities and skin infections. Skin infections are very common in these people because there are many cracks in this extra layer of skin that are very difficult to care for and the infection easily penetrates them.


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