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roussy-levy syrndrome

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  • Posted By: jboyd9
  • June 11, 2013
  • 10:13 PM

this is what the dna test says..interpretation. this individual does not possess the duplication or deletion of the PMP-22 gene associated with CMT1A and HNPP respectively 1,2,3,7,8,9,12. the anslyses performed here also did not detect any DNA sequence alterations in the coding region of Cx32,MPZ,PMP22 and EGR2 genes associated with various forms of peripheral neuropathy. 4,5,6,10,11 therefore this individual is unlikely to be affected with or predisposed to developing the disease phenotypes of CMT1A,HNPP,CMTX1,CMTIB,DSS or CHN. dr say roussy-levy sence 1984 dna test says I I have roussy-levy syrndrome or is there other things like diabete or exposure to certain chemicals that can cause the same symptons...trying to get answers.....

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