Progeria historical perspective
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Hutchinson-Gilford progeria syndrome or progeria was first discovered by DeBusk and the name was given by Hastings Gilford. Dyck et al reported a patient who had progeria and underwent coronary artery bypass surgery and percutaneous transluminal angioplasty.De Paula Rodrigues et al described the involvement of bones and joints in progeria patients. The word progeria is of greek origin which means prematurely old.
- In 1886, Hutchinson is the to first to described the syndrome progeria.
- In 1972, progeria was renamed to “Hutchinson-Gilford progeria syndrome” by DeBusk.
- In 1904, the name to the disease as progeria was given by Hastings Gilford.
- Jonathan Hutchinson previously mention the disease progeria disorder and written about progeria.
- Paterson reported 2 cases of progeria in 2 brothers whose parents had a consanguineous marriage.
- In 1986, Ogihara et al reported a case in Japan who might have progeria and survived till 45 years which is unusually long life span for the disease.
- In 1987, Dyck et al reported a patient who had progeria and underwent coronary artery bypass surgery and percutaneous transluminal angioplasty.
- In 1987, De Martinville et al reported 3 cases of neonatal Hutchinson-Gilford progeria syndrome in France.
- In 1990, Parkash et al noticed mandibuloacral dysplasia in a patient who is suffering with progeria.
- In 1990, Fatunde et al reported progeria in 3 out of 6 siblings in a family.
- In 2002, De Paula Rodrigues et al described the involvement of bones and joints in progeria patients.
- In 2006, Hennekam described the phenotypes of Hutchinson-Gilford progeria syndrome.
- In 2008, Merideth et al studied 15 patients who are suffering with Hutchinson-Gilford progeria syndrome very comprehensively about the features of the disease and well documented.
The following are a few famous cases of progeria:
- Sam: Sam passed away on January 10, 2014. He was 17 years old.
- "Life According to Sam" is a famous documentary about Sam condition
- Meghan Waldron: She is a senior in high school and lives with her family in Massachusetts.
- Megan: She is currently enrolled in the Lonafarnib Trial Extension/Expansion.
- Sammy: Sammy is 23 years old and is from Italy, In 2014 Sammy was featured in an Italian National Geographic Series, Il Viaggio Di Sammy.
- Adalia: She’s from Texas, this 12-year-old is widely known for her funny videos and special relationship with her mom, Natalia – her 14 million Facebook followers are proof of that.
- Brennan: Ten-year-old boy from New York. In July 2014, Brennen had his first Progeria Clinical Trial visit in Boston.
- Zoey: In July 2013 Zoey began taking lonafarnib as part of the Trial Expansion.
- Beandri: Beandri is 13 years old and from South Africa.
- Enzo: Enzo is a seven-year-old boy from Australia.
- Cameron: Cameron is from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
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