CLN4 Disease

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Last Updated: 02 May 2022

CLN4 disease is a problem that primarily affects the nerves, creating troubles with movement and intellectual function that aggravate in time. People with CLN4 disease commonly develop seizures and uncontrollable muscular tissue jerks, a decline in intellectual function, troubles with control and balance, tremors or other involuntary activities, and speech problems. The symptoms and signs of CLN4 disease aggravate gradually, and affected individuals usually endure about 15 years after the disorder begins. CLN4 disease is just one of a group of disorders understood as neuronal ceroid lipofuscinoses, which may also be collectively described as Batten disease.

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