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Disorder so rare it doesn't have a name

Perth Now - Sep 5, 2017
The biggest challenge for Scarlett, who turns two this month, is hypotonia, or floppy baby syndrome, which makes it impossible for her to sit or stand unassisted. The little Perth girl also has major health issues, including vision and hearing problems ...

The little girl with a disease so rare it has no name: Meet brave Scarlett, two, who cannot sit up or lift her head ...

Daily Mail - Sep 7, 2017
After her birth, the parents met with a pediatrician for their daughter's reflux but were told she has hypotonia - a condition that causes her to have little strength. 'Hypotonia seemed terrifying to us. Not only did it refer to a floppy and low muscle ...

Kilimanjaro trek for Preston boy Rory Curzon Smith

Lancashire Evening Post - Sep 6, 2017
John Grant, 55, and Sean Chadwick, 34, will begin their trek on September 30, in aid of six-year-old Rory Curzon Smith, who was born four months premature and has hypotonia and various sensory issues, as well as problems with digestion.

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The Floppy Infant: Hypotonia

Suspect infant botulism in an infant younger than 6 months of age who has signs and symptoms such as constipation, listlessness, poor feeding, weak cry, ...

Hypotonia: A Discussion and Explanation of Low Toned Muscles

Hypotonia/Hypotonicity is often treated by occupational therapist. This state of low muscle tone is seen in many systemic diseases and diseases of the nervous ...

Hypotonia Symptoms, Causes and Treatment

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Hypotonia exercise demonstration

Atticus demonstrating his hypotonia and exercises. He has a rare chromosome deletion with no name. The area of deletion is 2q24.1.