With Friedreich's ataxia, there is a disorder of zantac system, which can manifest itselfin the form of the following diseases: ovarian dysfunction; diabetes; infantilism; hypogonadism.
Very often in patients with Friedreich's ataxia, a cataract is found, so it is also considered part of the clinical picture of this disease. Friedreich's ataxia is characterized by rapid progression and an increase in symptoms. The duration of the disease is often no more than twenty years. A pronounced clinical picture of Friedreich's atypical ataxia is observed later than in the classical form - approximately in the third to fifth decade of a person's life.
The course occurs in a lighter form than with classical ataxia and the outcome of the disease is more favorable: The patient retains the ability to self-service for a long time. There is no development of ranitidine. No paresis, reflexes are preserved. Diagnosis of Friedreich's ataxia.
Diagnosis of this genetic disease is difficult. Extraneural symptoms without neurological signs often complicate diagnosis. Concomitant diseases (diabetes mellitus, cardiomyopathy, etc.) are treated as individual diseases, and not signs of Friedreich's ataxia.