Prognosis of Reye's Syndrome
Prognosis of Reye's Syndrome: Good for early diagnosis and treatment; degraded for delayed treatment or if the patient suffers seizures, coma or breathing difficulties. ...see also Overview of Reye's Syndrome
Prognosis for Reye's Syndrome:
Recovery from RS is directly related to the severity of
the swelling of the brain. Some people recover completely, while others
may sustain varying degrees of brain damage. Those cases in which the
disorder progresses rapidly and the patient lapses into a coma have a
poorer prognosis than those with a less severe course. Statistics indicate
that when RS is diagnosed and treated in its early stages, chances of
recovery are excellent. When diagnosis and treatment are delayed, the
chances for successful recovery and survival are severely reduced. Unless
RS is diagnosed and treated successfully, death is common, often within a
(Source: excerpt from NINDS Reye's Syndrome Information Page: NINDS)
...see also Overview of Reye's Syndrome
Onset of Reye's Syndrome: 6 months - 16 years
Complications of Reye's Syndrome may include:
Complications of Reye's Syndrome from the Diseases Database include:
Source: Diseases Database
See also complications of Reye's Syndrome.
Reye's Syndrome: Research More
The 'prognosis' of Reye's Syndrome usually refers to the likely outcome
of Reye's Syndrome.
The prognosis of Reye's Syndrome
may include the duration of Reye's Syndrome, chances of complications of Reye's Syndrome,
prospects for recovery, recovery period for Reye's Syndrome, survival rates,
and other outcome possibilities in the overall prognosis of Reye's Syndrome.
Naturally, such forecast issues are by their nature unpredictable.
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