Pitt–Hopkins syndrome

Pitt Hopkins syndrome is a rare genetic disorder that causes intellectual disability and seizures. It is caused by a mutation in the TCF4 gene, which regulates the development of the brain and nervous system.

People with Pitt Hopkins syndrome have difficulty learning and remembering new information, and they often have seizures. There is no cure for Pitt Hopkins syndrome, but some treatment options are available to help manage its symptoms.

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