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Autism
-onset <3 yo
-impairment in social interactions
-impairment in communication
-restricted, repetitive, & stereotyped patterns of behavior
Compare to Asperger's and Rett's
Asperger's
-impairment of social interactions
-restricted, repetitive, & stereotyped patterns of behavior
-NO clinically significant general delay in language
-NO clinically significant delay in cognitive developement
Compare to Autism and Rett's
Rett's Disorder
-predominantly female (X-linked) defect MECP2 gene
-normal prenatal/perinatal development
-deceleration in head growth (5mo - 48 mo)
-loss of previously acquired hand skills
-poor gait, loss of social engagement, severe language deficits
-"hand washing" movements
Compare to Autism and Apsperger's
Apert's
Craniosynostosis (all AD)
-syndactyly of hand ("mitten hand")
Compare to Crouzon and Pfeiffer's
Crouzon's
Craniosynostosis (all AD)
-hypoplasia maxilla
-proptosis
-beaked nose
-NO syndactyly
Compare to Apert's and Pfeiffer's
Pfeiffer's
Craniosynostosis (all AD)
-hypertelorism
-strabismus
-syndactyly
-hypoplastic maxilla
-normal intelligence (in Type 1)
Compare to Apert's and Crouzon
Joubert's Syndrome
AR
-congenital hypoplasia of cerebellar vermis, hyperpnea, MR
Compare to PEHO
PEHO
AR
Progressive Encephalopathy with edema, Hypsarrhythmia, and Optic atrophy.
Compare to Joubert's