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Master List of Awareness Causes - J | Personalized Cause

Comprehensive master list of every awareness cause beginning with the letter J and the corresponding awareness ribbon color.

Master List of Awareness Causes and Associated Colors

All Causes Beginning with the Letter J:


Jackson Weiss Syndrome

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Blue Jeans Ribbon for Genetic Diseases
[This is a rare disease. Rare diseases can also use the Zebra Ribbon]

Jackson-Weiss Syndrome is also known as:
• Craniosynostosis, Midfacial Hypoplasia, and Foot Abnormalities
• Jackson-Weiss Craniosynostosis
• JWS

What is Jackson-Weiss Syndrome (JWS)?
Jackson-Weiss Syndrome (JWS) is a rare genetic disorder characterized by distinctive malformations of the head and facial area and abnormalities of the feet.

Categories

• Congenital and Genetic Diseases
• Musculoskeletal Diseases

Cause Classification: Medical


Jansen Type Metaphyseal Chondrodysplasia

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Blue Jeans Ribbon for Genetic Diseases
[This is a rare disease. Rare diseases can also use the Zebra Ribbon]

Jansen Type Metaphyseal Chondrodysplasia is also known as:
• Jansen Disease
• Jansen Metaphyseal Dysostosis
• Murk Jansen Type Metaphyseal Chondrodysplasia

What is Jansen Type Metaphyseal Chondrodysplasia?
Jansen Type Metaphyseal Chondrodysplasia is an extremely rare progressive disorder in which portions of the bones of the arms and legs develop abnormally with unusual cartilage formations and subsequent abnormal bone formation at the large end portions of these long bones. As a result, affected individuals exhibit unusually short arms and legs and short stature, typically becoming apparent during early childhood.

Categories

• Congenital and Genetic Diseases
• Musculoskeletal Diseases

Cause Classification: Medical


Japanese Encephalitis

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Silver Ribbon for Rare Diseases

Encephalitis, Japanese is also known as:
• Japanese B Encephalitis
• JE
• Russian Autumnal Encephalitis
• Summer Encephalitis

What is Encephalitis, Japanese?
Japanese Encephalitis is a severe inflammation of the brain caused by the Japanese B Encephalitis Virus that is transmitted by the bite of infected mosquitoes in certain areas of the world, particularly Asia. This disorder most commonly affects children and tends to be more actively spread during the summer.

Categories

• Viral Infections

Cause Classification: Medical


Jejunal Atresia

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Blue Jeans Ribbon for Genetic Diseases
[This is a rare disease. Rare diseases can also use the Zebra Ribbon]

Jejunal Atresia is also known as:
• Apple Peel Syndrome
• Christmas Tree Syndrome

What is Jejunal Atresia
Jejunal Atresia is a rare genetic disorder. People with this disorder are born with a partial absence of the fold of the stomach membrane that connects the small intestine to the back wall of the abdomen. As a result, one of the three portions of the small intestine (the jejunal) twists around one of the arteries of the colon called the marginal artery and causes a blockage.

Categories

• Congenital and Genetic Diseases
• Digestive Diseases

Cause Classification: Medical


Jervell and Lange Nielsen Syndrome

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Blue Jeans Ribbon for Genetic Diseases
[This is a rare disease. Rare diseases can also use the Zebra Ribbon]

Jervell and Lange-Nielsen Syndrome (JLNS) is also known as:
• Autosomal Recessive Long QT Syndrome (LQTS)
• Cardioauditory Syndrome
• Cardioauditory Syndrome of Jervell and Lange-Nielsen
• Deafness, Congenital, and Functional Heart Disease
• Jervell and Lange-Nielsen (JLNS)
• Surdocardiac Syndrome

What is Jervell and Lange-Nielsen Syndrome (JLNS)
Jervell and Lange-Nielsen Syndrome (JLNS) is a rare inherited disorder characterized by deafness present at birth occurring in association with abnormalities affecting the electrical system of the heart. The severity of cardiac symptoms associated with JLNS varies from person to person.

Categories

• Congenital and Genetic Diseases
• Ear, Nose, and Throat Diseases
• Heart Diseases

Cause Classification: Medical


Johanson Blizzard Syndrome

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Blue Jeans Ribbon for Genetic Diseases
[This is a rare disease. Rare diseases can also use the Zebra Ribbon]

Johanson-Blizzard Syndrome (JBS) is also known as:
• JBS

What is Johanson-Blizzard Syndrome (JBS)?
Johanson-Blizzard Syndrome (JBS) is an extremely rare genetic disorder that affects multiple organ systems of the body. Characteristic features include insufficient intestinal absorption of fats and other nutrients due to abnormal development of the pancreas; failure to grow and gain weight at the expected rate during the first years of life, contributing to short stature; abnormalities of permanent teeth; distinctive abnormalities of the skull and facial region including a small "beak-shaped" nose; and/or varying degrees of intellectual disability.

Categories

• Congenital and Genetic Diseases
• Digestive Diseases
• Endocrine Diseases
• Nervous System Diseases
• Skin Diseases

Cause Classification: Medical


Joubert Syndrome

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Blue Jeans Ribbon for Genetic Diseases
[This is a rare disease. Rare diseases can also use the Zebra Ribbon]

Joubert Syndrome is also known as:
• Cerebelloparenchymal Disorder 4
• Cerebellooculorenal Syndrome 1
• Cerebellar Vermis Agenesis
• CPD4
• CORS1
• JBTS1
• Joubert Syndrome 1 • Joubert-Boltshauser Syndrome

What is Joubert Syndrome?
Joubert Syndrome is disorder of brain development that may affect many parts of the body. It is characterized by the absence or underdevelopment of the cerebellar vermis (a part of the brain that controls balance and coordination) and a malformed brain stem (connection between the brain and spinal cord). Together, these cause the characteristic appearance of a molar tooth sign on MRI.

Categories

• Congenital and Genetic Diseases
• Nervous System Diseases

Cause Classification: Medical


Juberg Marsidi Syndrome

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Blue Jeans Ribbon for Genetic Diseases
[This is a rare disease. Rare diseases can also use the Zebra Ribbon]

Juberg-Marsidi Syndrome is also known as:
• JMS
• Juberg-Marsidi Mental Retardation Syndrome
• Mental Retradation, X-linked with Growth Delay, Deafness, Microgenitalism

What is Juberg-Marsidi Syndrome?
Juberg-Marsidi Syndrome is an extremely rare X-linked genetic disorder that is fully expressed in males only, and is apparent at birth or during the first few weeks of life. Affected children exhibit severe mental retardation,vdelays in reaching developmental milestones, muscle weakness, diminished muscle tone, and/or delayed bone growth as well as growth retardation, resulting in short stature.

Categories

• Congenital and Genetic Diseases
• Kidney and Urinary Diseases
• Nervous System Diseases

Cause Classification: Medical


Jumping Frenchmen of Maine

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Zebra Ribbon for Rare Diseases

What is Jumping Frenchmen of Maine?
Jumping Frenchmen of Maine is an extremely rare disorder characterized by an unusually extreme startle reaction. The startle reaction is a natural occurrence.

Categories

• Nervous System Disorders

Cause Classification: Medical


Juvenile Arthritis / JA

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Blue Ribbon for Juvenile Arthritis

What is Juvenile Arthritis?
Juvenile Arthritis is a disease in which there is inflammation of the synovium in children aged 16 or younger. The synovium is the tissue that lines the inside of joints. Juvenile Arthritis is an autoimmune disease. That means the immune system, which normally protects the body from foreign substances, attacks the body instead. The disease is also idiopathic, which means that no exact cause is known. Researchers believe juvenile arthritis may be related to genetics, certain infections, and environmental triggers.

Categories

• Autoimmune Diseases
• Autoinflammatory Diseases
• Musculoskeletal Diseases

Cause Classification: Medical


Juvenile CLN3 Disease

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Blue Jeans Ribbon for Genetic Diseases
[This is a rare disease. Rare diseases can also use the Zebra Ribbon]

Juvenile CLN3 Disease is also known as:
• CLN3
• CLN3-NCL
• JNCL
• Juvenile Batten Disease
• Juvenile Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinosis
• Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinosis 3
• Spielmeyer-Sjogren Disease
• Vogt-Spielmeyer Disease
• Vogt-Spielmeyer-Sjogren Disease

What is Juvenile CLN3 Disease?
Juvenile CLN3 Disease, a rare genetic disorder, belongs to a group of progressive degenerative neurometabolic disorders known as the neuronal ceroid lipofuscinoses. These disorders share certain similar symptoms and are distinguished in part by the age at which such symptoms appear.

Categories

• Congenital and Genetic Diseases
• Eye Diseases
• Nervous System Diseases

Cause Classification: Medical


Juvenile Dermatomyositis

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Blue Ribbon for Juvenile Dermatomyositis (JDM)

What is Juvenile Dermatomyositis (JDM)?
Juvenile Dermatomyositis (JDM) is an inflammatory disease that causes muscle weakness and a skin rash on the eyelids and knuckles. It affects an estimated 3,000-5,000 children in the United States. All age and ethnic groups are affected. Most cases occur in children ages 5-10. Roughly 1 in 5 children also has joint symptoms, but they are likely to be mild. Remission is possible, but a minority of children with JDM may have a more chronic disease course.

Categories

• Kidney and Urinary Diseases
• Lung Diseases
• Musculoskeletal Diseases
• Nervous System Diseases
• Skin Diseases

Cause Classification: Medical


Juvenile Hemochromatosis

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Blue Jeans Ribbon for Genetic Diseases
[This is a rare disease. Rare diseases can also use the Zebra Ribbon]

Juvenile Hemochromatosis is also known as:
• Hereditary Hemochromatosis Type 2
• Juvenile Hereditary Hemochromatosis
• Type 2 Hereditary Hemochromatosis

Subdivisions of Juvenile Hemochromatosis
• Juvenile Hemochromatosis Type 2A
• Juvenile Hemochromatosis Type 2B

What is Juvenile Hemochromatosis
Juvenile Hemochromatosis is a rare genetic disorder characterized by the accumulation of iron in various organs of the body. Symptoms usually become apparent before the age of 30. Common symptoms include absent or decreased function of the testes in males or ovaries in females, heart disease, scarring of the liver, joint disease, diabetes, and dark discoloration of patches of skin.

Categories

• Blood Diseases
• Congenital and Genetic Diseases
• Digestive Diseases
• Metabolic disorders

Cause Classification: Medical


Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Blue Ribbon for Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis (JIA)

What is Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis (JIA)?
Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis (JIA) is the most common type of arthritis in children. The term idiopathicmeans means “of unknown origin.” JIA was previously called juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, or JRA. JIA is not contagious.

Categories

• Autoimmune Diseases
• Autoinflammatory Diseases
• Immune System Diseases

Cause Classification: Medical


Juvenile Myelomonocytic Leukemia

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Zebra Ribbon for Rare Diseases

Juvenile Myelomonocytic Leukemia (JMML) is also known as:
• Chronic Myelomonocytic Leukemia of Infancy
• JMML
• Juvenile Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia

What is Juvenile Myelomonocytic Leukemia (JMML)?
Juvenile Myelomonocytic Leukemia (JMML) is a rare form of blood cancer. JMML predominately affects young children, most often developing in children under the age of 4. The male/female ratio of affected children is 2-3:1. The disorder is characterized by the uncontrolled growth of an immature form of a specific type of white blood cell known as monocytes. These abnormal cells accumulate in the bone marrow, crowding out other healthy cells.

Categories

• Blood Diseases
• Rare Cancers

Cause Classification: Medical


Juvenile Myositis

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Blue Ribbon for Juvenile Myositis (JM)

What is Juvenile Myositis (JM)
Juvenile Myositis (JM) is found in children under the age of 18 and affects 3,000 to 5,000 children in the United States. The most frequent form of JM is Juvenile Dermatomyositis (JDM), in which children experience marked muscle weakness and skin rash. The other form of myositis that can occur in children, juvenile polymyositis, is extremely rare.

Categories

• Musculoskeletal Diseases
• Nervous System Diseases
• Skin Diseases

Cause Classification: Medical


Juvenile Pilocytic Astrocytoma

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Zebra Ribbon for Rare Diseases

Juvenile Pilocytic Astrocytoma is also known as:
• Astrocytoma Grade I
• JPA

What is Juvenile Pilocytic Astrocytoma (JPA)?
Juvenile Pilocytic Astrocytoma (JPA) is a rare childhood brain tumor. In most cases, the tumor is a benign, slow growing tumor that usually does not spread to surrounding brain tissue. Symptoms of a JPA will vary depending upon the size and location of the tumor. Most symptoms result from increased pressure on the brain and include headaches, nausea, vomiting, balance problems and vision abnormalities.

A JPA develops from certain star-shaped brain cells called astrocytes. Astrocytes and similar cells form tissue that surrounds and protects other nerve cells found within the brain and spinal cord. Collectively, these cells are known as glial cells and the tissue they form is known as glial tissue. Tumors that arise from glial tissue, including astrocytomas, are collectively referred to as gliomas.

Categories

• Rare Cancers

Cause Classification: Medical


Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis / JRA

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Purple and Blue Ribbon for Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis / JRA

Juvenile Scleroderma

Awareness Ribbon Color:

Teal Ribbon for Juvenile Scleroderma

What is Juvenile Scleroderma?
Scleroderma, which literally means “hard skin,” describes a group of conditions that causes the skin to tighten and harden.
There are two basic forms:
• Localized Scleroderma. A skin disease seen more commonly in children. Localized Juvenile Scleroderma can damage the skin, muscle, bones and joints, depending on the type. It is unlikely to cause damage to internal organs.
• Systemic Sclerosis. This type affects the entire body. It causes internal organ damage and may be severe.

Categories

• Connective Tissue Diseases
• Rare Diseases
• Skin Diseases