Musculocontractural Ehlers-Danlos syndrome

Is cognitive deficiency a common feature of adducted thumb and clubfoot syndrome?

Mental development is not significantly impaired in patients with adducted thumb and clubfoot
syndrome (ATCS). In fact, normal cognitive development (absence of mental retardation) is one of the features that differentiates ATCS form other contracture syndromes.

Last updated on 05-01-20

What is adducted thumb and clubfoot syndrome?

Adducted thumb and clubfoot syndrome (ATCS) is an autosomal recessive connective tissue disorder characterized by congenital malformations, contractures of thumbs and feet, a typical facial appearance, and normal cognitive development. This condition is caused by mutations in the CHST14 gene.

Last updated on 05-01-20

Name: Ehlers-Danlos Society PO Box 87463
Montgomery Village, MD, 20886, United States
Phone: 410-670-7577 Email: info@ehlers-danlos.com Url: https://www.ehlers-danlos.com/eds-helpline/ https://www.ehlers-danlos.com/
Name: The Zebra Network 1122 Kenilworth Drive Suite 307
Towson, MD, 21204,
Phone: 410-825-0995 Email: victoria@thezebranetwork.org Url: http://thezebranetwork.org/
Name: The Ehlers-Danlos Society – Europe Office Office 7 35-37 Ludgate Hill
London, EC4M 7JN, United Kingdom
Phone: +44 203 887 6132 Email: info@ehlers-danlos.com Url: https://www.ehlers-danlos.com/eds-helpline/ https://www.ehlers-danlos.com/

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