Renpenning syndrome 1
Other Names for this Disease
- Mental retardation, X-linked Renpenning type
- Sutherland-Haan X-linked mental retardation syndrome
- X-linked mental retardation with spastic diplegia
- X-linked mental retardation syndromic 3
 Renpenning syndrome is caused by mutations in the PQBP1 gene and is inherited in an X-linked recessive manner.  Management involves early intervention by trained therapists along with treatment of any associated features. Renpenning syndrome is a genetic condition which occurs mostly in males. Signs and symptoms include the following: developmental delay, a small head (microcephaly), short stature, and distinctive facial features. Approximately two-thirds of individuals with Renpenning syndrome have moderate to severe intellectual disability. Additional features may include heart defects, muscular atrophy, cleft palate, and eye abnormalities.
Last updated: 2/3/2016
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