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Extractions: Hereditary Spastic Paraplegia Hereditary spastic paraplegia is an inherited spinal cord disorder characterized by gradual development of muscle weakness, spasms, and stiffness of the legs. Symptoms may be first noticed in early childhood, or at any age though adulthood. Initial symptoms may include difficulty with balance, weakness and stiffness in the legs, muscle spasms, and dragging the toes when walking. In some forms of the disorder, bladder symptoms may appear, or the weakness and stiffness may spread to other parts of the body. The terms "Hereditary Spastic Paraplegia" (HSP) and "Familial Spastic Paraparesis" (FSP) are the commonly used names in the United States for this disorder. For those in Europe, "Strumpell-Lorrain" is probably more common. These terms all refer to the same set of disorders. Other names associated with this disease are Strümpell-Lorrain familial spasmodic paraplegia, Strümpell's familial paraplegia, spasmodic infantile paraplegia, spastic congenital paraplegia, spastic spinal familial paralysis, hereditary spastic paraparesis, and familial spastic paraplegia.
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Extractions: (Familial Spastic Paraplegia; Spastic Spinal Familial Paralysis; Strumpell Disease; Strumpell-Lorrain Familial Spasmodic Paraplegia; Strumpell-Lorraine Syndrome; Strumpell's Familial Paraplegia) Revised and Updated for the Internet Age P A P E R B A C K Paperback Book Paperback Book Order by phone: 800-843-2665 (within USA) 1-201-272-3651 (from outside USA) Paperback Book Shipped in 3 to 5 business days E B O O K Electronic File * E-Book version sent via e-mail in 2 business days Pages Price $28.95(USD) ISBN Published Synopsis A comprehensive manual for anyone interested in self-directed research on Hereditary Spastic Paraplegia. Fully referenced with ample Internet listings and glossary. Related Conditions/Synonyms Familial Spastic Paraplegia; Spastic Spinal Familial Paralysis; Strumpell Disease; Strumpell-Lorrain Familial Spasmodic Paraplegia; Strumpell-Lorraine Syndrome; Strumpell's Familial Paraplegia Description Table of Contents Introduction Overview Organization Scope Moving Forward PART I: THE ESSENTIALS Chapter 1. The Essentials on Hereditary Spastic Paraplegia: Guidelines
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Extractions: Resource Library Movement Disorders Latest Hereditary Spastic Paraplegia News from E-MOVE Resource Library Hereditary Spastic Paraplegia Description Hereditary spastic paraplegia (HSP) is a group of genetic, degenerative disorders of the spinal cord characterized by progressive weakness (paraplegia) and stiffness (i.e., spasticity) of the legs. Spasticity refers to excessive muscle tone (hypertonicity) or muscle overactivity with increased velocity-dependent resistance to stretch. This group of disorders is also sometimes referred to as... HSP is often classified based upon whether progressive spasticity occurs as an isolated finding (i.e., uncomplicated or "pure" HSP) or with other neurologic abnormalities (i.e., complicated HSP). In families (kindreds) affected by complicated HSP, associated neurologic features have included mental retardation; deafness; degenerative changes of the retinas or the nerve-rich, innermost membranes of the eyes (retinopathy); impaired coordination of voluntary movements (ataxia); or progressive deterioration of thought processing and acquired intellectual abilities (dementia).
Extractions: Resource Library Movement Disorders Resource Library Hereditary Spastic Paraplegia References Boustany RMN, Fleischnick E, Alper CA, et al. The autosomal dominant form of 'pure' familial spastic paraplegia: clinical findings and linkage analysis of a large pedigree. Neurology. Byrne, PC, Webb S, McSweeney F, Burke T, Hutchinson M, Parfrey NA. Linkage of AD HSP and cognitive impairment to chromosome 2p: haplotype and phenotype analysis indicates variable expression and low or delayed penetrance. Europ J Hum Genet. Cooley WC, Rawnsley E, Melkonian G, et al. Autosomal dominant familial spastic paraplegia: report of a large New England family. Clin Genet. Durr A, Davoine CS, Paternotte C, et al. Phenotype of autosomal dominant spastic paraplegia linked to chromosome 2. Brain. Fink JK. Advances in hereditary spastic paraplegia. Curr Opin Neurol.