A HCCs gene is responsible for generating an enzyme which is responsible for converting lactic acid into glycocholate. The HCCS gene is present in all humans and is responsible for making an enzyme which is responsible for the conversion of lactic acid into glycocholine. This enzyme is located in the mitochondrion, the last energy-producing organ within the body.
Glycocholine is an important factor in our body. It plays an important role in muscle maintenance, the neurotransmitters and our immune system. Without sufficient glycocholine, the muscles might not be able to respond properly to stimuli. Excessively produced glycocholine is responsible for the symptoms associated with HCCs such as muscle weakness, muscle cramps and fatigue, decreased endurance and memory problems. In addition, if the glycogen reserves in our body are drained out too fast, we could suffer from ketoacidosis which is characterized by dehydration and coma.
There are various forms of HCCs. They are characterized by symptoms such as mental dullness, cognitive impairment, weakness, memory loss, muscular weakness, loss of consciousness, seizures and coma. It is possible to develop HCCs even after a person has died. HCCs can be prevented by the proper care and nutrition intake.
The disease that results from HCCs is called as HCA or Haematopoietic Chorea. It is caused due to insufficient supply of blood supply to the bone marrow. HCAs can be diagnosed through physical examinations, imaging studies and through biopsy. If the disease is suspected, it must be referred to a pathologist who would carry out more tests to find out the exact cause of death. The doctor would take blood samples from the brain and the bones and then perform various biochemical procedures.
One of the early symptoms of HCA is a change in the color and size of blood. The patient will also experience changes in his or her appearance such as red patches, swelling and bleeding gums. It is during this stage that the patient may experience sudden episodes of weakness and may be unable to walk, sit up, talk or swallow.
The symptoms of HCD include weakness, lack of coordination, lack of memory, decreased performance, mental deterioration and other mental disturbances. These symptoms become worse with time if no action is taken to prevent them. The patient might experience difficulty in breathing or swallowing, and the victim may appear lifeless or unconscious.
Another symptom of HCD is extreme fatigue which is caused due to excessive use of alcohol and medications and other factors like lack of rest, lack of sleep or emotional stress. In some cases, people who have been diagnosed with HCD may experience severe depression and other emotional disturbances.
HCD can be treated with the help of drugs and medicines. Drugs which are used to treat HCD are beta blockers, calcium channel blocker, anti-platelet agents, angiotensin II releaser and inhibitors. In addition, drugs like diazepam (Valium), tizanidine (Tagamet) and amitriptyline can be given. Corticosteroids and immunosuppressive drugs are also used to treat HCD.
Corticosteroids help in reducing inflammation and improving the immune system; they are also used in the treatment of arthritis. Corticosteroid injections are also given to reduce inflammation of the bone marrow.
Antioxidants help to enhance the immune system by neutralizing free radicals in the body and restore the ability of cells . . . . . . to fight against pathogens. These antioxidants are also used in the treatment of kidney failure, heart attack and in some cases to treat HCD.
Chemotherapy is used in case of people who have a weak immune system due to cancer, HIV and AIDS. Chemotherapy is used to treat people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and those who have developed an infection due to HIV.
Chemotherapy is also used to treat HCCs where the immune system is impaired due to a virus or another disease. Chemotherapy has helped to reduce the number of free radicals. It is used as a way of killing the disease-causing cells that have invaded the bone marrow and have caused the disease to affect the blood stream and is also used for the treatment of other cancers like lung cancer, leukemia and breast cancer.