CNS 2020 symposium: Distinguishing pediatric movement disorders: Uncovering aromatic L-amino acid decarboxylase (AADC) deficiency

View our virtual symposium presented at CNS 2020, which summarizes the characteristic clinical features of AADC deficiency

  • Review pediatric disorders that may clinically resemble AADC deficiency, including cerebral palsy, epilepsy, and certain neurotransmitter disorders
  • Clinical experience with differential diagnosis of AADC deficiency is discussed
  • Current management options and treatments in development for AADC deficiency are discussed. This includes an investigational gene therapy currently in development for AADC deficiency

This virtual symposium was hosted by PTC Therapeutics at the 2020 CNS Annual Meeting in Charlottesville, NC, USA; it was developed and funded by PTC Therapeutics; this meeting was not an official program of CNS 2020.

This virtual symposium recording has been chapterized to enable ease of viewing.

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