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Cerebroatrophic hyperammonemia

Introduction: Cerebroatrophic hyperammonemia

Description of Cerebroatrophic hyperammonemia

Cerebroatrophic hyperammonemia (medical condition): Autism-like behavioral syndrome in infant girls...more »

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Rett's syndrome:
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Cerebroatrophic hyperammonemia: Progressive encephalopathy occurring almost exclusively in females. The affected children are generally born clinically normal in most but not all cases. Their neurological and mental development begins to stagnate between the ages of 7 and 18 months with slowing down of the growth of head circumference and a rapid deterioration of brain functions marked by autistic behavior, dementia, apraxia of gait, loss of facial expression, deterioration of purposeful use of hands, ataxia, and severe dementia. There is an intermediate period of relative stable mental status, sometimes lasting several decades, which is followed by further neurological degradation, marked mainly by spasticity of the lower limbs and epilepsy.
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Cerebroatrophic hyperammonemia as a Disease

Cerebroatrophic hyperammonemia: Another name for Rett's syndrome (or close medical condition association).
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Cerebroatrophic hyperammonemia: Related Diseases

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Symptoms of Cerebroatrophic hyperammonemia (Rett's syndrome)

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Treatments for Cerebroatrophic hyperammonemia (Rett's syndrome)

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Treatment of Cerebroatrophic hyperammonemia: For more treatment information about Cerebroatrophic hyperammonemia, see treatment of Rett's syndrome (Cerebroatrophic hyperammonemia)

Cerebroatrophic hyperammonemia: Article Excerpts about Rett's syndrome

Rett syndrome is a progressive neurological disorder in which individuals exhibit... (Source: excerpt from NINDS Rett Syndrome Information Page: NINDS)

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