Angelman, Harry

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Angelman,

Harry, 20th century English physician.
Angelman syndrome - recessive gene causing motor dysfunction, mental retardation, hypotonia. Synonym(s): happy puppet syndrome
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Angelman Syndrome affects between one in 10,000 or 20,000 children and young adults and is named after physician Harry Angelman who first discovered the condition in 1965.
ANGELMAN Syndrome is a rare genetic condition first identified in the mid-1960s by a British doctor called Harry Angelman.
The syndrome, named after Harry Angelman, a British doctor who first identified it in the 1960s, is caused by a fault in DNA.