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2nd International Seminar and Workshop on Fragile X, Autism, and Related Disorders

Fragile-X syndrome (FXS) is the most common form of inherited intellectual disabilities (ID). The clinical signs are intellectual disabilities, hyperactive, autism, psychoneurologic disorders, and macroorchidism (testes enlargement) in male. The common affected is in males; however, carrier female could have a mild intellectual disability such as learning difficulties, without other symptoms. Some clinically normal males (Normal Transmitting Males) are known to carry and transmit the fragile X mutation to their daughter. In advance age, carriers of FXS could develop Fragile-X-Associated Tremor Ataxia (FXTAS), a neurodegenerative disorder.

Within the framework of long collaboration with the Medical Investigation of Neurodevelopmental Disorders (MIND) Institute, UC Davis, USA; Faculty of Medicine Diponegoro University (FMDU) Semarang Indonesia will organize a 2nd International workshop on Fragile X Syndrome, Autism and Related Disorders. This workshop comprises also a talk show session, which will present some cases of autism and ID patients.
(Excerpt taken from the seminar’s leaflet)
The event will take place in Semarang, 7 August 2010. Please refer to the leaflet below (downloadable) and register for your ensured participation in the event.
Regards,
Rahajeng

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Medicine is a growing field, and information presented here is reflective of the time of posting. Please refer to your physician for direct medical consultation. My views do not reflect those of my employers. --
Regards, Rahajeng

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