Providers in the Division of Neurology at Nationwide Children’s Hospital deliver comprehensive care for children with a wide variety of disorders. These children include those with simple and complex epilepsy, primary and secondary headache and migraine, tics and movement disorders, neuroinflammatory conditions, muscular dystrophy, spinal muscular atrophy and neuropathy (acquired and genetic). In order to correctly identify and safely treat these children, state-of-the-art neurophysiological diagnostic testing and intraoperative monitoring is used. Our mission is to achieve the best outcomes for all children and adolescents with neurological illness.
Gene Therapy Rescues Phenotype in Preclinical Model for Limb Girdle Muscular Dystrophy 2A/R1
LGMDs are a rare form of muscular dystrophy for which there is no treatment. As a heterogenous group caused by a number of mutations, the complexity of classification makes the disease challenging to understand. Additionally, the prevalence is varied among its varied forms. The National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD) estimates the prevalence for LGGMD ranging from 1 in 14,500 to 1 in 123,000.
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