Marfan Syndrome is a heritable disease of the connective tissues that affect many organs such as the eyes, lungs, skeleton, heart, and blood vessels. The condition affects both genders of all race and ethnicity groups. An estimation of at least 200,000 people in U. S have Marfan Syndrome or a related connective tissue disorder.
1. Margan Syndrome was first discovered in 1896 by a French pediatrician, Antoni Bernad Jean Marfan, when he was looking at a five and a half year old girl with long thin limbs. However, this disease is suspected to have been around for a long time. …
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