X-linked Infantile Spasm Syndrome is a condition occurring in babies and small children that causes bouts of seizures. These seizures usually end up causing a slowing in typical development such as sitting up or rolling over. Although the seizures associated with X-linked Infantile Spasm Syndrome often disappear by the time the child reaches the age of five, most children often develop other forms of seizures that are often associated with mental retardation. Because it is an X-linked disease, X-linked Infantile Spasm Syndrome is a disease that is passed on through the X-chromosome, specifically by mutations on either the ARX gene or the CDKL5 gene. Although there is no cure, treatment options are available to ease symptoms.
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