10 Most Difficult Diseases To Diagnose

Once a number of symptoms surface, you can’t help but think, do I have this, do I have that?

When it comes to our health, we can’t help but worry. Although many symptoms are generally nothing serious, a diagnosis is now always as black and white as we’d like. There are a number of illnesses and diseases which are tough to diagnose, including the following ten.

10. Neurological Deficitis

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This is a rare condition, which results in the accumulation of fatty tumors around the neck, upper arms, shoulder, and upper trunk. Although it mainly affects men of Mediterranean ancestry, who have a history of alcohol abuse, it can also affect women and non-alcoholics. Since the symptoms are rare and vary greatly from person to person, this disease can be tough to diagnose.

Impaired function of the nerves in one’s arms and legs are also generally a sign, especially as an individual grows older. With that being said, neurological deficits can be hard to diagnose after long-term alcohol abuse. If you notice any abnormal growths or lumps, please visit your physician.