The following Conditions are related to Ataxia

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  • Greenfield disease

    Metachromatic leukodystrophy-MLD is also known as Greenfield’s disease. Metachromatic leukodystrophy is a lysosomal storage disease, wherein the myelin sheath that covers most of the nerve fibers of the central and peripheral nervous systems gets damaged. 1. The deficiency of the lysosomal enzyme arylsulfatase A - ARSA or its sphingolipid activator protein B -SapB results in MLD or greenfield disease.  Read More

  • Infantile myoclonic encephalopathy

    The cleft palate repair is done surgically when the child is about 1 to 2 years old.  Read More

  • Joubert syndrome

    Joubert syndrome is a rare condition that affects infants and kids whose brains don't grow correctly. Only around one in 100,000 or more infants are reported to be affected. There have only been a few hundred cases documented in the medical literature. The cerebellar vermis, a region of the brain that regulates balance and coordination, is either absent or underdeveloped. Additionally, there are abnormalities in the brain stem  Read More

  • Marinesco-sjogren syndrome-myopathy

    The unusual hereditary disorder known as Marinesco-Sjogren syndrome-myopathy affects a number of the body's organ systems. Among the more common signs of cerebellar ataxia include cataracts, delays in learning skills requiring the coordination of muscular and mental activity (psychomotor development), hypotonia, decreased muscle tone, and progressive muscle weakness. Many affected individuals exhibit additional physical proble  Read More