A genetic brain disorder is brought on by a variation or a mutation in a gene. Genetic brain disorders influence the growth and function of the brain. Some genetic brain disorders are because of arbitrary gene mutations or mutations triggered by ecological exposure, such as cigarette smoke. Some instances of genetic brain disorders include: Leukodystrophies; Phenylketonuria; Tay-Sachs disease; Wilson disease. Many individuals with genetic brain disorders fall short to produce sufficient of specific proteins that affect brain growth and function. These brain disorders can cause severe problems that impact the nerves.
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