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  1. ... underdiagnosed because its signs and symptoms overlap with cerebral palsy and other movement disorders. Dopamine transporter deficiency syndrome is caused by mutations in the SLC6A3 gene. This gene provides instructions for ... in the brain, where it transports a molecule called dopamine into ...
  2. ... can resemble those of other conditions such as cerebral palsy or epilepsy. As its name suggests, ADCY5-related ...
  3. Progressive supranuclear palsy is a brain disorder that affects movement, vision, speech, and thinking ability (cognition). The signs and symptoms of this disorder usually ...
  4. ... fluid in the brain (hydrocephalus), loss (atrophy) of brain tissue, paralysis of the arms and legs (quadriplegia), loss of ...
  5. ... are essential for coordinating movement. This loss of brain cells underlies the major features of progressive supranuclear palsy, including problems with movement, vision, speech, and thinking ( ...
  6. ... the brain, an accumulation of fluid in the brain (hydrocephalus), difficulty coordinating movements (ataxia), muscle stiffness and weakness (spastic paralysis), seizures, and loss of intellectual function (dementia). Eye ...
  7. ... serious signs and symptoms such as headaches, seizures, paralysis, hearing or vision loss, and bleeding in the brain (cerebral hemorrhage). Severe brain hemorrhages can result in ...
  8. ... Harding B, Brett EM, Wilson J. Progressive bulbar paralysis of childhood. A reappraisal of Fazio-Londe disease. Brain. 1992 Dec;115 ( Pt 6):1889-900. Citation ...
  9. ... or impairment of the basal ganglia or other brain regions. Movement problems can also occur. A small group of affected individuals develop muscle stiffness and paralysis of the lower limbs (spastic paraplegia) that slowly ...
  10. ... in ensuring that this crossing over occurs during brain development. At least 19 different mutations in the ROBO3 gene have been identified in people with horizontal gaze palsy with progressive scoliosis (HGPPS). These mutations change the ...
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