Muckle-Wells Syndrome Community

Community Statistics

Discussion Topics: 24
Community Members: 92

Brief Description

Muckle-Wells Syndrome is a rare disorder characterized by progressive hearing loss.

Community Expert

This community has no expert yet.

Synonyms

MWS, Urticaria-Deafness-Amyloidosis, Urticaria Deafness Amyloidosis, UDA, Cryopyrin-Associated Periodic Syndromes, Cryopyrin Associated Periodic Syndromes, CAPS, Muckle Wells Syndrome

Learn More About this Disorder

Discussion Forum

Title Created by Last updated
Research on Muckle-Wells Syndrome Anonymous 5 months ago
new CAPS/MWS dx- many questions lindseyod 9 months ago
Symptoms? Mayo about 1 year ago
Possible MWS blmielke about 1 year ago
3 yr. old son griffin over 2 years ago

You have to join this community to be able to post messages on its forum or update its information.

Community Members

  1. No-profilepic

    Fdsa123

    No-profilepic

    HJTIBOLLO

    No-profilepic

    francho

    No-profilepic

    DavidJasad

    No-profilepic

    thressa5

  2. It_feels_good_outside__mommy

    mom2Skyelah

    No-profilepic

    erika

    No-profilepic

    SubonicXP

    No-profilepic

    Mommycanuck

    No-profilepic

    Chantellehuckmole

  3. No-profilepic

    jendeefur

    No-profilepic

    Windjunkie

    No-profilepic

    jesykeswilson

    No-profilepic

    tifiebean

    No-profilepic

    nickitoys

  4. No-profilepic

    lycidas

    Ladybug

    Tamara512

    No-profilepic

    FullHouse

    No-profilepic

    CheyneSimons

    Photo_00022

    tarah

Become a Member

It’s free and easy to join RareShare. Click here to signup for an account.

Barrett's Esophagus

Recently Updated Communities

Chromosome 1q21.1 Duplication
about 7 hours ago

Hidradenitis Suppurativa
about 8 hours ago

Adrenomyeloneuropathy
about 13 hours ago

Systemic Capillary Leak Syndrome
1 day ago

16p13.11 Duplication Syndrome
1 day ago

FAQ

Have questions about RareShare?

Visit our Frequently Asked Questions page to find the answers to some of the most commonly asked questions.