What is Rett Syndrome?

What is Rett Syndrome

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  1. suieleyes says:

    Rett syndrome,https://fdna.health/syndromes/rett-syndrome-rtt/, is a rare genetic condition that mainly affects girls. It is a neurological syndrome that is diagnosed in infants between the ages of 6-18 months.
    It is a progressive condition and one of the first symptoms is a regression in development. It affects around 1 in 10,000 girls.
    This rare neurological condition affects all areas of an affected individual’s development, including their ability to walk, eat, speak and breathe.

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