Rare CMT Type F Described by Variable Clinical, MRI Findings

Rare CMT Type F Described by Variable Clinical, MRI Findings

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Rare CMT Type F Described by Variable Clinical, MRI Findings

A small study described variable clinical and MRI findings in three Korean people with rare dominant intermediate Charcot Marie Tooth (CMT) disease type F.  These results may be useful for the diagnosis of CMT patients with unknown genetic mutations, the scientists said. The study, “Clinical and Neuroimaging Features in Charcot–Marie–Tooth Patients with GNB4 Mutations,” was published in the journal Life.  Dominant intermediate CMT type F (CMTDIF) is caused by mutations in the GNB4 gene, which…

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