ooh Gosh!!! Here are Scariest diseases ever(world is bitter than you know)

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When it comes to death ,everyone surrender but when we say “agony” This is not a scene from a horror film, but a condition called noma which still kills 90 per cent of impoverished children who catch it.

 

 

So don’t be scared but pray for those who confronted those deaseases and wish that you will never see even their victim ,as video published on dailyMail illustrates,first scariest Desease is

1. NOMA (cancrum oris)

A gruesome video reveals the top 10 scariest diseases in the worldOne is Noma, or cancrum oris,  a condition where bacteria gets into the body and causes the flesh of the face to become gangrenous and die

What is Scary about this Noma Scary  which usually occurs as a result of contaminated water or poor hygiene, kills 90 per cent of children who catch it.

Scary: Noma, which usually occurs as a result of contaminated water or poor hygiene, kills 90 per cent of children who catch it

 

2. EMYCETOMA aka Madura’s foot

 

This is caused by  fungs ,Madura’s foot is actually fairly painless which often leads to a late diagnosis,and what is scary about Madura,it doesn’t have vaccines.Although it is endemic in Africa, India and the Central and South Americas, it has also been found in southern US states and in homeless people or those suffering HIV.

 

 

Gruesome: Emycetoma, Madura’s foot is a fungal infection causing hard swellings filled with pus to appear all over the feet, eventually stopping sufferers from using their limbs

 

 

 

3. COMPLEX REGIONAL PAIN SYNDROME (CRPS)

CRPS is a disease which causes people to suffer severe pain – sometimes continuing and debilitation – and often at just a stroke of the skin.

Agony: Complex regional pain syndrome causes chronic and often debilitating pain in the body - and swelling too. It usually occurs after a serious injury

4. LEPROSY

Leprosy is a contagious infection that causes inflammation in the skin, eyes, nerves and respiratory tract.

Contagious: Leprosy is a fast-spreading infection that causes scaly skin, loss of eyesight, and a loss of feeling in the part of the body that are affected

5. FILARIAL WORM AKA LOA LOA WORM

Filarial worm is a parasite that has the ability to live in people’s eyes.

It effects over 200 million people and is the second leading cause of blindness worldwide.

Stomach-churning: Filarial worm, also known as the Loa Loa worm, is a parasite that has the ability to live in people's eyes, and is the second leading cause of blindness worldwide

6. VIBRIO VULNIFICUS

This is an extremely virulent bacteria that can cause a severe infection.

It is contracted through eating raw shellfish and swimming with an open wound, as well as stings from stingrays.

Horrific: Vibrio vulnificus is an extremely virulent bacteria that can cause vomiting, intense diarrhoea, blistering dermatitis and severe abdominal pain. It is usually caught through eating contaminated shellfish

7. PICA

Pica is a disorder that causes people to inexplicably gain an appetite for non-food items.

This can range from anything from paper and wood to faeces or urine. 

Frightening: Pica is a disorder that causes people to inexplicably gain an appetite for non-food items, which can range from anything from paper and wood to faeces or urine

8. FIBRODYSPLASICA OSSIFICANS PROGRESSIVA (FOP)

With fewer than 800 cases worldwide, FOP is a very rare disease in nearly impossible to treat. FOP causes the body’s tissue repair systems to stop working and it begins to heal damaged muscles, tendons and tissues by turning them into bone.

Painful: Fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva (FOP) is a disorder in which muscle tissue and connective tissue such as tendons and ligaments are gradually replaced by bone

9. CLARKSON’S DISEASE (SYSTEMIC CAPILLARY LEAK SYNDROME – SCLS)

SCLS is a condition in which one’s blood vessels begin leaking plasma.

The plasma is then absorbed by the skin with nowhere to go – causing the person to start bloating like a balloon.

Rare: Systemic capillary leak syndrome (SCLS) occurs when blood vessels start leaking, causing the person to bloat like a balloon. This can damage vital organs and tissues, ultimately causing death

10. ELEPHANT MAN SYNDROME

Joseph Merrick was born in Leicester, England in 1862.

Joseph was born as a healthy baby but as he grew older show signs of use five is developing lumpy skin with the similar colour and texture to that of an elephant and so he was nicknamed the ‘Elephant Man’. 

Mystery: Joseph Merrick was born in 1862 England and was known as the Elephant Man. It is believed he may have suffered from a combination of disease including Proteus syndrome, which causes tumours to form all over the bodyThis a condition in which overgrowth and abnormal bone development caused tumours to grow all over the body

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