"Diffuse Cerebellar Atrophy" and "Axonal Neuropathy"
My son is 4 yrs old and not able to walk and stand at all. His speach is also not OK as per his age. Intially he start walking and standing properly with any falling.
Since last 1.5 yrs he start showing regressions in walk and stand.
Now he can not walk & stand at all.
Recently he diagnosed one problem in MRI "Diffuse Cerebellar Atrophy" and also doctors suspecting "Axonal Neuropathy" yet to complete diagnosis.
Tests like CDG, Vitamin B12 Level, TMS, GCMS are Normal and recently given 4 doses of VitaminB12 Injections also BUT not results at all.
Can you pls. help me and suggest what is the root couse of this problem (Diffuse Cerebellar Atrophy" ) and Are there any solution OR can we help to prevent this problem....
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