Familial spastic paraplegia with distal muscle wasting in the Old Order Amish; atypical Troyer syndrome or "new" syndrome.

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The Troyer syndrome was found by Cross & McKusick (1967) in 20 members of 12 Old Order Amish families in Holmes County, Ohio; it is a form of hereditary spastic paraplegia combined with distal muscle wasting, i.e. signs of involvement of lower motor neurons. The condition usually begins at 1 to 2 years and progresses at variable rates. Further… (More)

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@article{Neuhuser1976FamilialSP, title={Familial spastic paraplegia with distal muscle wasting in the Old Order Amish; atypical Troyer syndrome or "new" syndrome.}, author={Gerhard Neuh{\"a}user and C Wiffler and J{\"o}rg Opitz}, journal={Clinical genetics}, year={1976}, volume={9 3}, pages={315-23} }