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Westphal-Leyden ataxia

Westphal-Leyden ataxia: Introduction

Westphal-Leyden ataxia: A form of ataxia that starts in childhood and is associated with symptoms such as vomiting, vertigo, rigid muscles, seizures, mental disorder, loss of control over voluntary movements and dementia. Death generally occurs within a decade of onset of symptoms. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Westphal-Leyden ataxia is available below.

Symptoms of Westphal-Leyden ataxia

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Causes of Westphal-Leyden ataxia

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Prognosis for Westphal-Leyden ataxia

Prognosis for Westphal-Leyden ataxia: death within 10 years

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