Progressive nature of aspartylglucosaminuria

Authors

  • P Arvio,

    1. Lammi-Tuulos Health Care Centre, Lammi, Finland; Pääjärvi Communal Union1, Department of Child Neurology, Tampere University Hospital, Finland
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  • M Arvio

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    1. Lammi-Tuulos Health Care Centre, Lammi, Finland; Pääjärvi Communal Union1, Department of Child Neurology, Tampere University Hospital, Finland
      M Arvio, Rühitie 7, FI-16900 Lammi, Finland (Fax. 358 3 6301 333, e-mail, arvio@mail.htk.fi)
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M Arvio, Rühitie 7, FI-16900 Lammi, Finland (Fax. 358 3 6301 333, e-mail, arvio@mail.htk.fi)

Abstract

Descriptions of the outcome of aspartylglucosaminuria (AGU) were analysed, and a comprehensive summary table of symptoms and signs by age was designed.

Conclusion: The multifarious progressive nature of AGU is obvious in the skills and abilities of patients, as well as in their personality, general health and physical appearance.

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