Review Article of American Journal of Genetics
Aase syndrome: clinical and behavioral Symptoms
Glauciele Souza de Santana¹*; Daniella de Andrade Monteiro1; Hellen Kevillyn Brito de Souza1; Ieli Lima da Silva1; José Carlos Izidio Filho1; Héberte de Santana Arruda2;
Introduction: Aase-Smith syndrome is a rare genetic disease characterized by anemia and skeletal deformities. The age at the start of symptoms is since birth and it´s commom in both sexes. * Show the syndrome problem in individuals, their clinical and behavioral characteristics. Contribute to a better understanding of the Aase Syndrome with syndromes that lead to similar symptoms.
Methodology: This literature review on the syndrome was performed with research of information in published scientific articles.
Result: Analyzed some common and rare symptoms, reports of observed cases of Aase-Smith syndrome, jointly with their respective symptoms and other syndromes, in addition whit the authors’ arguments in their articles that interpose, for example, about the genetic inheritance of the syndrome is dominant or recessive.
Conclusion: The relationship between Aase syndrome and congenital hypoplasia anemia is not fully understood by the scientists and the syndrome represents a challenge in the approach to treatment, since this syndrome has no cure and does not present a standard treatment approach.
Keywords: Aase syndrome, Aase-Smith, Symptoms.
How to cite this article:
Glauciele Souza de Santana; Daniella de Andrade Monteiro; Hellen Kevillyn Brito de Souza; Ieli Lima da Silva; José Carlos Izidio Filho; Héberte de Santana Arruda.Aase syndrome: clinical and behavioral Symptoms.American Journal of Genetics, 2019, 2:8
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