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7 Possible Causes for Poor or Absent Independent Walking

  • Spastic Paraplegia

    […] or absent speech development Other known features of SPG47 can include the following (not every child will have these features): short stature late walking and later loss[childrenshospital.org] […] of the ability to walk independently dystonia (involuntary muscle contractions) seizures Some children may also have facial differences that can include: high palate wide[childrenshospital.org] […] increasing spasticity and paralysis in the lower limbs starting in early childhood intellectual disability microcephaly (a smaller than normal head) delayed motor development poor[childrenshospital.org]

  • Paraplegia

    […] or absent speech development Other known features of SPG47 can include the following (not every child will have these features): short stature late walking and later loss[childrenshospital.org] […] of the ability to walk independently dystonia (involuntary muscle contractions) seizures Some children may also have facial differences that can include: high palate wide[childrenshospital.org] […] increasing spasticity and paralysis in the lower limbs starting in early childhood intellectual disability microcephaly (a smaller than normal head) delayed motor development poor[childrenshospital.org]

  • Spastic Paraplegia-Epilepsy-Intellectual Disability Syndrome

    […] or absent speech development Other known features of SPG47 can include the following (not every child will have these features): short stature late walking and later loss[childrenshospital.org] […] of the ability to walk independently dystonia (involuntary muscle contractions) seizures Some children may also have facial differences that can include: high palate wide[childrenshospital.org] […] increasing spasticity and paralysis in the lower limbs starting in early childhood intellectual disability microcephaly (a smaller than normal head) delayed motor development poor[childrenshospital.org]

  • Hereditary Spastic Paraplegia

    […] or absent speech development Other known features of SPG47 can include the following (not every child will have these features): short stature late walking and later loss[childrenshospital.org] […] of the ability to walk independently dystonia (involuntary muscle contractions) seizures Some children may also have facial differences that can include: high palate wide[childrenshospital.org] […] increasing spasticity and paralysis in the lower limbs starting in early childhood intellectual disability microcephaly (a smaller than normal head) delayed motor development poor[childrenshospital.org]

  • Cataract - Ataxia - Short Stature - Mental Retardation (CASM)

    […] or absent independent walking; Hyperreflexia; Intention tremor; Brain imaging shows hypomyelination; Thin corpus callosum; Global cerebral atrophy, mild (in some patients[findzebra.com] Delayed psychomotor development; Mental retardation, mild to severe; Spasticity, more apparent in the lower limbs; Ataxia; Dysmetria; Dysarthria; Extrapyramidal syndrome; Poor[findzebra.com]

  • Generalized Brain Atrophy

    Most patients never achieve independent walking.[mendelian.co] […] or absent speech.[mendelian.co] IECEE is a neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by delayed psychomotor development apparent in infancy and resulting in severe to profound intellectual disability with poor[mendelian.co]

  • Severe Intellectual Disability and Progressive Spastic Paraplegia

    […] or absent speech development Other known features of SPG47 can include the following (not every child will have these features): short stature late walking and later loss[childrenshospital.org] […] of the ability to walk independently dystonia (involuntary muscle contractions) seizures Some children may also have facial differences that can include: high palate wide[childrenshospital.org] […] increasing spasticity and paralysis in the lower limbs starting in early childhood intellectual disability microcephaly (a smaller than normal head) delayed motor development poor[childrenshospital.org]

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