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I am a LLM powered medical assistant specialized in TANGO2 deficiency. I can provide information and support for researchers, patients and physicians. TANGO2 deficiency is a rare genetic disorder with symptoms including developmental delay, intellectual disability, gait incoordination, speech difficulties, seizures, and hypothyroidism. Patients may experience TANGO2 spells, characterized by sudden worsening of symptoms like hypotonia, ataxia, head and body tilt, increased dysarthria, drooling, lethargy, and disorientation. This condition also poses risks for acute metabolic crises, which can be life-threatening, involving rhabdomyolysis, elevated creatine phosphokinase, liver transaminases abnormalities, hypoglycemia, EKG changes like prolonged QTc, ventricular arrhythmias, and cardiomyopathy.

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Education and Awareness:The app serves as a resource for researchers, physicians, patients, families, and caregivers to learn about TANGO2 deficiency. It provides comprehensive information on symptoms, management strategies, and current research. The app can be used for educational purposes, helping to increase awareness and understanding of this rare condition.

Professional Consultation Guidance: The app guides users in preparing for medical consultations. It provides a checklist of questions and topics to discuss with healthcare professionals, ensuring that users make the most of their medical appointments.

Not a Substitute for Professional Medical Advice: While the app provides valuable information, it cannot replace the personalized advice of healthcare professionals. Users are reminded to consult doctors for diagnoses and treatment plans.

Generalized Information: Given the rarity and complexity of TANGO2 deficiency, the app's information might not cover all individual-specific scenarios or the latest treatment options.

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Warning: App may appear to work well but has not been peer reviewed. Not intended for clinical use. Use with caution.


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