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Bloom's syndrome

Bloom's syndrome is a rare autosomal disorder. It is also known as congenital telangiectatic erythema. It is characterized by intense photosensitive nature leading to the hindrance in the growth and development of the fetus This disorder is triggered as a result of genetic mutation which creates a biochemical malfunction in the body by enhancing the superoxide radical anion production. In most cases, Bloom's disorder occurs among exclusive tribes of Jews. The effects of Bloom's syndrome is predominantly on the reproductive system as it decreases the sperm count and also causes premature delivery and provokes the onset of diabetes. Since Bloom's syndrome is related to photosensitivity, the only known form of treatment is through avoiding exposure high intensity light rays.

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