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Injury protection strategies for H63D syndrome patients suffering from cataplexy 
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  • Dr. Carolina Diamandis,
  • David Seideman,
  • Jacob S Adams,
  • Riku Honda,
  • Lucas Smith
Dr. Carolina Diamandis
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David Seideman
Jacob S Adams
Riku Honda
Lucas Smith

Abstract

Patients suffering from H63D syndrome have a significant incidence of narcolepsy with cataplexy as a symptom. Previous studies have shown that the presence of narcolepsy with cataplexy in the context of H63D syndrome is a surrogate marker for structural brain damage. Now, the aim was to clarify which measures best protect affected patients with cataplexy from injury.