SCA17

SCA17

Abbreviation for:
spinocerebellar ataxia type 17 (see there)
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SCA17 repeat sizes were determined using previously described methods.
Molecular diagnostic testing for SCA17 was introduced in 2005, and is therefore excluded from the analysis of the full 24-year period.
Clinical findings in the more common types of SCA in the SA cohort * Clinical features SCA1 SCA2 SCA6 SCA7 Gait ataxia + + + + Limb ataxia + + + + Dysarthria + + + + Progressive disabling visual impairment + Maculopathy + Pigmentary retinopathy + Supranuclear ophthalmoplegia + + + Diplopia with inability to maintain ocular fixation + Reduced smooth pursuit eye movements + + Slow saccadic eye movements + + Brisk tendon reflexes/spasticity + + Sensory peripheral neuropathy + + Cognitive impairment (late) + + * SCA3 and SCA17 excluded owing to insufficient clinical data.