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Prevalence Statistics for Types of Bizarre medical conditions

Prevalence Statistics for Types of Bizarre medical conditions

The information below shows a list of types of Bizarre medical conditions, with information as to the prevalence of each of these types. Estimates of the people affected are calculated based on the available statistic.

Disease Prevalence Estimate US people estimate Statistic Used for Calculation
fatal familial insomnia N/A N/A No information
polydactyly N/A N/A No information
transgender disorders N/A N/A No information
gender identity disorder N/A N/A No information
sex chromosome disorders N/A N/A No information
Guillain-Barre syndrome approx 1 in 100,000 or 0.00% or 2,720 people in USA 2,720 about 1 in 100,000 (NWHIC)
Acromegaly approx 1 in 25,000 or 0.00% or 10,880 people in USA 10,880 40-60 per million affected people at any time
Bipolar disorder approx 1 in 83 or 1.20% or 3.3 million people in USA 3,264,000 1.2 percent of the population; 2.3 million adult Americans (NIMH)
Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) N/A N/A No information
Autoimmune diseases approx 1 in 31 or 3.13% or 8.5 million people in USA 8,511,844 8,511,845 people in the USA 1996 1
Primary Immune Deficiency N/A N/A No information
Graft Versus Host Disease N/A N/A No information
Cancers N/A N/A No information
Paraneoplastic syndromes N/A N/A No information
Uniparental disomy N/A N/A No information
Mitochondrial diseases N/A N/A No information

Types of Bizarre medical conditions

For more information about types of Bizarre medical conditions, refer to our section on types of Bizarre medical conditions.

About prevalence:

The medical term 'prevalence' of Bizarre medical conditions usually refers to the estimated population of people who are managing Bizarre medical conditions at any given time, whereas the annual diagnosis rate of new cases of Bizarre medical conditions is called the 'incidence'. For more information on prevalence and incidence statistics, see about prevalence and incidence statistics.



Footnotes:
1. Rose and Mackay, 1998, The Autoimmune Diseases, Third Edition

 

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