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A FANDOM User
• 4/3/2015

Kaori's sickness

what was Kaoiri's sickness which made her undergo surgery but eventually didn't go well?
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A FANDOM User
• 3/31/2018

2607:FCC8:7301:4700:818D:2B3C:1773:DB7 wrote:

In my opinion it's Friedreich's Ataxia. I know tons of people have probably said the same thing as me, but I'm sharing anyways :D All the symtoms are there like loss in cordination in the arms and legs, shortness of breath as well as heart disease. And when symtoms first start to show (which is loosing cordination in the legs then it will eventually spred to the arms) anyways the person is usually put in a wheel chair. I think this PERFECTLY depicts what Kaori has in my opinion. The symtoms usually start between the ages of  5 and 15 falling in Kaori's range of age. And her pale skin, tiring easily, and breathlessness can all be caused by her anemia.That's really all I have hope it was helpful!! ;D

That's what I heard, too

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A FANDOM User
• 4/3/2018
190.92.27.87 wrote:
ALS = Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis

Thats not true, its actually Friedreich's Ataxia. If it wasn't, then it wouldn't explain her Cardiac Arrest when Kosai came into her hospital room.

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A FANDOM User
• 4/11/2018
50.173.66.63 wrote:
I KNOW WUT SHE HAD BECUZ I HAV IT BUT I CANT REMEMBER THE NAM NOW AM GONA DIE TOMOROW BAI
wait did u actually die...? ok then.. 
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A FANDOM User
• 4/11/2018

idc wut she died from... she died. dramatically :'(. waht matters is that its dramatic, and we r all pining "human" sicknesess on an anime character, which i think isnt the point the creator wanted to get across. its sad and all that Kaori died... but we shouldnt be so serious abowt it, heck this thread LOOKS LIKE A FUKING DOCTORS DISCUSSION ON A ZOMBIE DESIASE THAT'LL KILL IS ALL! i just hope u guys realize that this isnt suposed to be a serious discussion... just a litle heart - touching.



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A FANDOM User
• 5/1/2018
Is there a chance she could have had 2 illnesses at the same time? Because the symphtoms match F.A. but she took a lot of medications and while she was in the hospital she was given IV meds.
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• 5/24/2018

I know this comment is about as late as it gets, but could it have been leukemia??

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• 5/24/2018

well, not sure...

she didn't had signs on her skins.

lukemia's most visible symptom is the bruises and the signs for damage for the skin, which we haven't seen for kaori (excuse me if this very short explanation was not worded veyr well, I simply don't know exactly how to call to that in english...).

and yeah, in theory, it could have been lukemia that killed her, but it's very unlikelly that it was lukemia.

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A FANDOM User
• 6/1/2018

I think that Kauri Miyazono has Friedreich’s Ataxia because it affects ages 10-15 and it affects your balance ,spinal Cord,your heart,so that’s why she’s always falling because your spinal cord is what helps you keep your balance in your legs also which is why she had a Cardiac Arrest when Kousei and Watari go to visit her ergo Kauri Miyazono has Friedreich’s Ataxia

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A FANDOM User
• 6/10/2018

well... it makes sense, Friedreich's Ataxia can be fatal for people in the early adulthood stage... but something isn't right loss of coordination (ataxia) in the arms and legs. fatigue - energy deprivation and muscle loss. vision impairment, hearing loss, and slurred speech. aggressive scoliosis (curvature of the spine) diabetes mellitus (insulin - dependent, in most cases). these are the symptoms, it was told shown, that she didn't have hearing loss, or slurred speech, nor did she have vision impairment, nor loss of coordination, as it was seen that she was still able to play the violin

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• 6/18/2018
My idea was it was autoimmune hemolytic anemia at first. It's commonly found in children, and in her age group the treatment would be immunosuppression. Then it seems to progress to Guillain-Barre syndrome, which progresses rapidly as shown in the anime. Furthermore, it seems she didn't lose sensation in her legs and also to be mostly affecting motor neurons in her case. This is often caused by immunosupressive treatment or infections (so it may be true even if she has a different bone marrow disease, as the risk for infections would be higher). What doesn't fit the story to me is that it could be easily recognizable in the hospital and quickly treated without surgery. But I guess doctors can make mistakes?

Also, could someone point me to a discussion regarding what the mother had? (I was thinking antitrypsin deficiency for that one)
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