Angelman syndrome is a genetic disorder that mainly affects the nervous system. Angelman syndrome is due to a lack of function of part of chromosome 15 inherited from a persons mother. it is due to a deletion or mutation of the UBE3A gene on that chromosome.
Symptoms include a small head and a specific facial appearance, severe intellectual disability, developmental disability, speaking problems, balance and movement problems, seizures, and sleep problems these symptoms can be noticed after a one year after birth and is diagnosed based on symptoms and possibly genetic testing and has no cure is
Medications include Anti-seizure medications are used in those with seizures, Physical therapy and bracing may help with walking
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