In the long-term, Galactosemia can lead to severe complications that affect different body parts and systems. Many of the complications have an influence on the Central Nervous System (CNS), which is made up of the brain and spinal cord.
Neurologic (related to the CNS)
Impaired Motor Skills (fine and gross)
Tremors (Postural or Intentional)
Impaired Speech and Language Skills
Impaired Cognitive Skills
Ophthalmic (related to the eyes)
Primary Ovarian Insufficiency (females only)
or Vitamin D Deficiency
Slowed or Stunted Growth
AT-007-1005 Clinical Study
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