Other Names for this Disease
- Lissencephaly due to 17p13.3 deletion
- Miller-Dieker lissencephaly syndrome
- Monosomy 17p13.3
- Telomeric deletion 17p
Your QuestionMy baby has Miller-Dieker syndrome and I would like to know how long he might live.
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Most children with Miller-Dieker syndrome do not live past age two, though a few have lived to age ten. The oldest individual known to have this condition lived to age 17.
Last updated: 4/2/2012
- Dobyns WB and Das S. LIS1-Associated Lissencephaly/Subcortical Band Heterotopia. GeneReviews. March 2009; http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK5189/. Accessed 4/2/2012.