Charcot marie tooth disease clinical and genetic heterogeneity charcot marie tooth disease cmt is a clinically and genetically heterogeneous group of sensorimotor peripheral neuropathies and represents probably the most frequent cause of inherited pathologies affecting the nervous system the current classification of these disorders is based on clinical electrophysiological genetic . Charcot marie tooth disease cmt affects 1 in 2500 people and is caused by mutations in more than 30 genes identifying the genetic cause of cmt is often necessary for family planning natural history studies and for entry into clinical trials however genetic testing can be both expensive and confusing to patients and physicians. Objectives to determine the genetic distribution and the phenotypic correlation of an extensive series of patients with charcot marie tooth disease in a geographically well defined mediterranean area methods a thorough genetic screening including most of the known genes involved in this disease was performed and analyzed in this longitudinal descriptive study. Charcot marie tooth disease charcot marie tooth disease cmt is a group of conditions also known as hereditary motor and sensory neuropathy cmt develops because of a defective gene that causes abnormalities in the nerves that supply your feet legs hands and arms. Charcot marie tooth disorders pathophysiology molecular genetics and therapy discontinued neurolog neil wilson mq094 neurology amyotrophic lateral sclerosis charcot marie tooth disease
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