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Rett Syndrome

An inherited disorder that affects only females, the syndrome causes mental retardation and developmental degeneration.

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About Rett Syndrome - Rett Syndrome Trust - Rett Syndrome is a debilitating disorder which most often strikes previously healthy little girls just after they have learned to walk and say a few words and begins to drag their development backwards. 3/5
NINDS Fact Sheet - Rett syndrome is a neurodevelopmenal disorder that affects girls almost exclusively. It is characterized by normal early growth and development followed by a slowing of development, loss of purposeful use of the hands, distinctive hand movements, slowed brain and head growth, problems with walking, seizures, and intellectual disability. 3/5 - We are developing an all-new website to serve the Rett syndrome community. 2/5
Rett Syndrome Association (UK) - Rett syndrome is a rare neurological disorder affecting mainly females and very few males.Although present at birth, it is usually undetected until major regression occurs at around one year of age, when children will lose acquired skills - this can be accompanied by distress and anxiety. 3/5 
Scientists Find Clue to Rett's Syndrome - A BBC Article.Rett's syndrome leaves sufferers with serious speech and mobility problems. Mainly found in girls it affects more than 1,000 children in the UK. Not Rated
South East London Rett Syndrome Group- Facebook - The group was founded May 2009 - our aim is to encourage RSAUK members to support each 3/5
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Rett Disorder and the Developing Brain (Paperback)

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