Syndromes Without A Name USA (SWAN USA) is a
non-profit tax exempt
organization that offers
support, information and advice to families of children living with a
syndrome without a name. They are often described in
many different ways such as; undiagnosed syndrome,
unknown diagnosis, mystery diagnosis
What is a Syndrome?
Syndrome is a group of signs, symptoms, or
features that occur together and create a picture
which may suggest the presence of a particular
medical condition or disorder.
are subjective evidence of a medical condition that
are experienced by a patient and reported in the
medical history such as pain, nausea, or dizziness.
are objective evidence of a disorder
that a physician or nurse can recognize during a
physical examination such as wheezing, visual
impairment, or a seizure.
Syndromes Without A
Name USA (SWAN USA) partners with Rare Genomics
Institute (RGI) to help families have more
opportunities in getting whole genome sequencing.
DISCLAIMER - SWAN USA offers
the information on this Web site for general educational purposes
only. This information should not be used for diagnosis, nor should
it be considered a replacement for consultation with a healthcare
professional. If you have questions or concerns about your health,
please contact your healthcare provider.