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What is Jequier-Deonna Syndrome?

What is Jequier-Deonna Syndrome?

  • Jequier-Deonna Syndrome: A very rare condition described in two sisters. It is characterized by vision and hearing problems and incoordination.

Jequier-Deonna Syndrome: Introduction

Types of Jequier-Deonna Syndrome:

Broader types of Jequier-Deonna Syndrome:

How serious is Jequier-Deonna Syndrome?

Prognosis of Jequier-Deonna Syndrome: Vision loss starts early in the second decade of life. Hearing loss progresses quite rapidly and results in severe hearing loss. Disease progression is quite rapid in the first decade and then slows down during adulthood.

What causes Jequier-Deonna Syndrome?

Causes of Jequier-Deonna Syndrome: see causes of Jequier-Deonna Syndrome

What are the symptoms of Jequier-Deonna Syndrome?

Symptoms of Jequier-Deonna Syndrome: see symptoms of Jequier-Deonna Syndrome

Jequier-Deonna Syndrome: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Jequier-Deonna Syndrome.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Jequier-Deonna Syndrome.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Jequier-Deonna Syndrome: Medical Geneticist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Jequier-Deonna Syndrome.
Treatments for Jequier-Deonna Syndrome: see treatments for Jequier-Deonna Syndrome
Alternative treatments for Jequier-Deonna Syndrome: see alternative treatments for Jequier-Deonna Syndrome

Name and Aliases of Jequier-Deonna Syndrome

Main name of condition: Jequier-Deonna Syndrome

Other names or spellings for Jequier-Deonna Syndrome:

Hearing Loss [Optic Atrophy - Ataxia]


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