Kennedy's disease is Kennedy's disease that affects only males. It also impairs the transfer of brain neurons between the brain and the neurons of the back, causing increasing paralysis, and the normal symptoms begin between 20 and 40 years.
According to the news-medical website, the first symptoms include hands shake, twitching visual muscles, muscle sperm, then weakness in the shoulder or hip muscle, relaxing in the body, weak or weak, In speech, difficulty in swallowing, causing frequent periods of pneumonia, there are complications involving diabetes, gynecopia, and infertility.
Method of inheritance
The patient's mother has one copy of a transgenic gene, which has passed to the son, the mother is the only adhesive but has not affected it, and has a chance of transferring 50%; The abnormal gene for anyone of race. Also, just do not show symptoms they just become vectors like them.
Diagnosis and treatment
Diagnosis is done through clinical signs and through genetic tests. Treatment is only supportive. It could include physiotherapy and rehabilitation methods to improve the strength of the existing muscle, which aims to slow down the rate of decline and paralysis.
Parasis usually spreads, so people with the disease can move late, when they have to use wheelchairs, and they need to monitor the lung function as well as muscle strength to assess the continuity of illnesses .