Angelman Syndrome

What it is

A diagnosed genetic condition that mainly affects the nervous system. Related characteristics include delayed development, intellectual deficits, severe communication problems and difficulty with movement and stability (ataxia). Symptoms are apparent by six to twelve months of age. Many with Angelman Syndrome also have seizures or epilepsy, and an abnormally small head (microcephaly).


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