A woman died of a rare neurological disorder that her son was rescued when he was just a fetus when she had been severely tired with him for decades.
The fetus has survived his mother the selfless power of Creutzfeldt-Jakob, which has been developing throughout the years.
The current adult was born with a rare genetic mutation that caused the hormone caused by the decrease in mental function and movement.
It has inherited the patology of his father, who died last year. Which convinient doctors say that the woman, who died at 70 years, may have no changes in her heart learns, but died in a similar way.
The specialists conclude that the mother was infected with the disease due to her son in the pregnancy procedure to continue the cells of the fetus to the placenta and travel through the body to get his brain.
The doctor and scientist at the university secretary of Copenhagen, responsible for the case, passes Arekeviciute, explains that if the women are pregnant, the fetus cells travel through the body through the placenta and can have various organs of & # 39; reaching the mother.
Today, the son still lives, although he is affected by the disease.
It was precisely the medical diagnostics of the son who made the doctors that his mother did not have the genetic mutation that has been affected by his own might from his own son.
"There are no guidelines and the prognosis is not good," said Dr. Abina Arekeviciute. "It's a bad story," he said. The case was published in Journal of Neuropathology and Experimental Neurology.
Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease can be spontaneous, swayed or interrupted by ratifying tissue contacts, for example in a transplant or eating contaminated meat.
TEXT: RODRIGO GONZÁLEZ