Richards-Rundle syndrome

Rich·ards-Run·dle syn·drome

(rich'ărds rŭn'dĕl),
a disorder beginning in early childhood with severe, progressive sensorineural hearing loss, ataxia, muscle wasting nystagmus, absent deep tendon reflexes, mental retardation, failure to develop secondary sexual characteristics, and ketoaciduria; autosomal recessive inheritance.

Richards,

Barry W., 20th century English physician.
Richards-Rundle syndrome - a nervous system disorder that begins in early childhood.

Rundle,

A.T., 20th century English physician.
Richards-Rundle syndrome - see under Richards, Barry W