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Dandy-Walker Syndrome

What is Dandy-Walker Syndrome?

Dandy-Walker Syndrome is a rare congenital brain malformation.

 

Dandy-Walker Syndrome is a rare congenital brain malformation.
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Synonyms for Dandy-Walker Syndrome has not been added yet.
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There are several symptoms that affect people with Dandy-Walker Syndrome.
Name Description
Slow motor development Slow motor development
Enlargement of the skull Enlargement of the skull
Unsteadiness Unsteadiness
Lack of muscle coordination Lack of muscle coordination
Increased head circumference Increased head circumference
Abnormal breathing patterns Abnormal breathing patterns
Diagnosis of Dandy-Walker Syndrome has not been added yet.
Diagnostic tests of Dandy-Walker Syndrome has not been added yet
Treatments of Dandy-Walker Syndrome has not been added yet.
Prognosis of Dandy-Walker Syndrome has not been added yet.
Tips or Suggestions of Dandy-Walker Syndrome has not been added yet.
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daily variations Created by kmatokov
Last updated 13 Aug 2008, 01:55 PM

Posted by kmatokov
13 Aug 2008, 01:55 PM

question is: is normal to see, child has fiew day when all sems to be relative normal, and another 2-3 day when it can not walk trougt obstacles, drops on clear ground, speak is not so unersteandible. in tehnical speak we can say like empty battery.... is posible to say that can be chemical (or what) variation which can be treated and healed ? ...fix the good days. for me the variation is hope for beter (no?) sory for my bad english, i'hope was understeadible ;-) dad

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