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What is Macrogyria, pseudobulbar palsy and mental retardation?

What is Macrogyria, pseudobulbar palsy and mental retardation?

  • Macrogyria, pseudobulbar palsy and mental retardation: A very rare syndrome characterized mainly by abnormal brain development which results in mild mental retardation, epilepsy, developmental delay and pseudobulbar palsy which affects speech, chewing and swallowing functions.

Macrogyria, pseudobulbar palsy and mental retardation: Introduction

Types of Macrogyria, pseudobulbar palsy and mental retardation:

Broader types of Macrogyria, pseudobulbar palsy and mental retardation:

What causes Macrogyria, pseudobulbar palsy and mental retardation?

Causes of Macrogyria, pseudobulbar palsy and mental retardation: see causes of Macrogyria, pseudobulbar palsy and mental retardation

What are the symptoms of Macrogyria, pseudobulbar palsy and mental retardation?

Symptoms of Macrogyria, pseudobulbar palsy and mental retardation: see symptoms of Macrogyria, pseudobulbar palsy and mental retardation

Macrogyria, pseudobulbar palsy and mental retardation: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Macrogyria, pseudobulbar palsy and mental retardation.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Macrogyria, pseudobulbar palsy and mental retardation.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Macrogyria, pseudobulbar palsy and mental retardation: Neurologist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Macrogyria, pseudobulbar palsy and mental retardation.
Treatments for Macrogyria, pseudobulbar palsy and mental retardation: see treatments for Macrogyria, pseudobulbar palsy and mental retardation

Name and Aliases of Macrogyria, pseudobulbar palsy and mental retardation

Main name of condition: Macrogyria, pseudobulbar palsy and mental retardation

Other names or spellings for Macrogyria, pseudobulbar palsy and mental retardation:

macrogyria [pseudobulbar palsy], Kuzniecky Andermann syndrome, Macrogyria pseudobulbar palsy

 

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