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Question 1: Proteus syndrome is highly variable,[3] and is named after the Greek sea-god ________, who could change his shape.
ProteusOceanusGreek sea godsNereus

Question 2: [6][7] Oddly, Merrick's left arm was entirely unaffected by his ________.
IllnessPathologyInfectionDisease

Question 3: There is a risk of premature death in affected individuals due to ________ and pulmonary embolism caused by the vessel malformations that are associated with this disorder.
Cerebral venous sinus thrombosisDeep vein thrombosisBudd-Chiari syndromeAtherosclerosis

Question 4: The severity and locations of these various ________ growths vary greatly but typically the skull, one or more limbs, and soles of the feet will be affected.
AsymmetryCP violationKaonParticle physics

Question 5: Proteus syndrome (also known as Wiedemann's Syndrome) is a congenital disorder[1]:554 that causes skin overgrowth and atypical ________ development, often accompanied by tumors over half the body.
Head and neck anatomyBoneHuman skeletonHuman skull







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