Rett Syndrome Name Institution Professor Course Date Rett Syndrome Introduction Rett syndrome is a genetic postnatal neurological development disorder. It occurs almost exclusively in girls who have normal periods with normal head circumstance at birth. The syndrome is categorized into four stages; early onset stagnation rapid destructive plateau and late motor deterioration. Every stage has unique features which impact differently on the medical specialist when detectiting.Children with this syndrome lose almost all of their acquired speech during the early stages of its development leaving them with residual communicative behaviors. Rett has features like reduced social interactions mental retardations reduced head growth abnormal motor skills emotional disturbance and abnormal respiration. Most girls stay in the third stage for long. It is a disorder that is resistance more problems. In addition more mechanism should be put in place to prevent such Syndrome. New biological and technological researches should be carried out to come up with solutions and new methods of detecting and treating the disease. Lastly health facilities should conduct thorough seminars to educate the parents on the syndrome. This enables the parents to detect it early once they notices some symptoms on their girls.Reference Davis B. M. & Berger-Sweeney J. (2017). U.S. Patent Application No. 15/128 746. Tarquinio D. C. Hou W. Neul J. L. Lane J. B. Barnes K. V. O'Leary H. M. ... & Skinner S. A. (2015). Age of diagnosis in Rett syndrome: patterns of recognition among diagnosticians and risk factors for late diagnosis. Pediatric neurology 52(6) 585-591. [...]
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