PACS1 Syndrome

Summarized by Plex Health
Last Updated: 03 May 2022

PACS1 syndrome is a problem in which all affected individuals have intellectual handicap, speech and language issues, and a distinctive facial look. In PACS1 syndrome, intellectual disability normally varies from mild to modest. People with this condition also have issues with creating speech. Speech development varies from limited language to few words or no speech. Individuals with PACS1 syndrome have a distinctive face look. Children with PACS1 syndrome typically have troubles learning to eat strong food and prefer soft foods. When given solid foods, affected children commonly swallow without chewing. Some affected people experience a heartburn of stomach acids into the esophagus. Extra neurological troubles can occur in PACS1 syndrome. Most individuals with PACS1 syndrome have seizures that differ in type and age of onset. Some people with PACS1 syndrome have weak muscular tissue tone. Individuals with this condition are usually delayed in strolling, with some developing unstable walking design.

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