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Sad baby token sma donates to patients and provides financial support to them. He doesn't want any baby or family to be sad. It makes donations thanks to the donation wallet and angel investors in the token. All donations are shared via telegram channels. Doing good is the best thing in the world.

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WHAT IS SMA DISEASE?

SMA, also called Spinal Muscular Atrophy, is an uncommon disease that causes muscle wasting and weakness. The disease, which affects many muscles in the body and affects the ability to move, reduces the quality of life of people. SMA, which is considered to be the most common cause of death in infants, is more common in western countries. In our country, it is a genetically inherited disease that is seen in one baby in approximately 6 thousand to 10 thousand births. SMA is a progressive disease characterized by muscle wasting originating from motor neurons called movement cells.

WHAT IS THE COST OF SMA DISEASE?

This drug is applied at regular intervals throughout life and aims to increase the production of a protein called SMN, thus delaying motor neuron deaths. Just like Zolgensma, Spinraza is an expensive drug. A figure between 625 thousand and 750 thousand dollars is paid for the doses to be used in the first year, while 375 thousand dollars is paid for each year thereafter. Another drug used in the treatment of SMA is the oral drug called Risdiplam produced by the Roche pharmaceutical company. Patients need to use this medicine every day.

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It is the intellectual and financial support provider of the Sad baby token project. He has set big goals and he continues to reach those goals tirelessly.

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Sad baby token market and continues to work on advertising. It plans the marketing efforts and ensures that many sad baby token investors invest in attracting attention.

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It collects information about SMA patients and their families and transmits it to angel investors, and then donations are made to the patients or those in need.

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3What is SMA Disease?

Spinal muscular atrophy, in short, SMA disease is a genetic, that is, hereditary motor neuron disease that affects the individual's central nervous system, peripheral nervous system and controlled muscle movements of the skeletal musculature. There is no definitive treatment for SMA disease. SMA dis

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3What is SMA Disease?

ease is a very rare disease.SMA is one of a group of diseases called muscular dystrophy characterized by symptoms of progressive weakness and loss of muscle mass. In many cases of muscular dystrophy, mutated abnormal genes interfere with the production of proteins necessary to build healthy muscle.Most of the nerve cells that control the muscles in the body are found in the spinal cord. In the SMA process, the muscles in the body cannot receive signals from the nervous system and cannot react to them. When muscles are not stimulated regularly by nerve cells, they atrophy, that is, they begin t

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3What is SMA Disease?

ost of the nerve cells that control the muscles in the body are found in the spinal cord. In the SMA process, the muscles in the body cannot receive signals from the nervous system and cannot react to them. When muscles are not stimulated regularly by nerve cells, they atrophy, that is, they begin to shrink.In the process of SMA disease, losses are observed in nerve cells called motor neurons in the spinal cord. In SMA, the muscles closer to the center of the body, that is, the proximal muscles, are usually more affected than the muscles that are further from the center, that is, the distal muscles.What Causes SMA Disease?SMA is caused by a deficiency of a motor neuron protein called SMN, which is essential for motor neuron survival in the nervous system. SMN plays an important role in gene expression in motor neurons.This deficiency is caused by genetic defects on chromosome 5 of a gene

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3What is SMA Disease?

o shrink.In the process of SMA disease, losses are observed in nerve cells called motor neurons in the spinal cord. In SMA, the muscles closer to the center of the body, that is, the proximal muscles, are usually more affected than the muscles that are further from the center, that is, the distal muscles.What Causes SMA Disease?SMA is caused by a deficiency of a motor neuron protein called SMN, which is essential for motor neuron survival in the nervous system. SMN plays an important role in gene expression in motor neurons.This deficiency is caused by genetic defects on chromosome 5 of a gene called SMN1. The most common of these defects is the absence of the SMN1 gene at all. The neighboring SMN2 gene is similar enough to do the job of this gene.SMA disease can also be caused by mutations of genes other than the SMN1 gene, much more rarely, and they are called non-chromosome 5 origin SMA disease.What are the Types of SMA Disease?The most common SMA disease is also called “chromosome 5 SMA or SMN-associated SMA disease”. This SMA is divided into several different types, from 1 to 4, according to the age of onset of the symptoms of the disease, the rate of spread, and the mobility

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3What is SMA Disease?

scles.What Causes SMA Disease?SMA is caused by a deficiency of a motor neuron protein called SMN, which is essential for motor neuron survival in the nervous system. SMN plays an important role in gene expression in motor neurons.This deficiency is caused by genetic defects on chromosome 5 of a gene called SMN1. The most common of these defects is the absence of the SMN1 gene at all. The neighboring SMN2 gene is similar enough to do the job of this gene.SMA disease can also be caused by mutations of genes other than the SMN1 gene, much more rarely, and they are called non-chromosome 5 origin SMA disease.What are the Types of SMA Disease?The most common SMA disease is also called “chromosome 5 SMA or SMN-associated SMA disease”. This SMA is divided into several different types, from 1 to 4, according to the age of onset of the symptoms of the disease, the rate of spread, and the mobility of the individual.Children who exhibit the first symptoms at birth or in infancy show the lowest level of functioning. This is called type 1. While SMA disease that starts in young people is named as type 2 and type 3, SMA disease that shows symptoms in adulthood is classified as type 4. The later the onset of SMA disease under normal circumstances, the less affected motor function levels.In addition to the four types, there is also a type 0 type of SMA disease. SMA type 0 is characterized by decreased fetal motility in late pregnancy, and preterm delivery is common in this condition. These ne

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3What is SMA Disease?

called SMN1. The most common of these defects is the absence of the SMN1 gene at all. The neighboring SMN2 gene is similar enough to do the job of this gene.SMA disease can also be caused by mutations of genes other than the SMN1 gene, much more rarely, and they are called non-chromosome 5 origin SMA disease.What are the Types of SMA Disease?The most common SMA disease is also called “chromosome 5 SMA or SMN-associated SMA disease”. This SMA is divided into several different types, from 1 to 4, according to the age of onset of the symptoms of the disease, the rate of spread, and the mobility of the individual.Children who exhibit the first symptoms at birth or in infancy show the lowest level of functioning. This is called type 1. While SMA disease that starts in young people is named as type 2 and type 3, SMA disease that shows symptoms in adulthood is classified as type 4. The later the onset of SMA disease under normal circumstances, the less affected motor function levels.In addition to the four types, there is also a type 0 type of SMA disease. SMA type 0 is characterized by decreased fetal motility in late pregnancy, and preterm delivery is common in this condition. These newborns may have severe weakness, hypotonia, and heart defects, while difficulty in sucking and breathing and swallowing.The baby cannot reach the self-righting stage. Usually, these babies have facial diplegia, a lack of response to environmental stimuli, and a congenital heart defect. Babies diagnosed with type 0 SMA disease usually die within the first six months.Significant symptoms of SMA disease are seen between six months and one year after birth, indicating type 1 SMA disease. These children are often very frail, have difficulty breathing, sucking and swallowing, and never reach the sit

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3What is SMA Disease?

MA disease.What are the Types of SMA Disease?The most common SMA disease is also called “chromosome 5 SMA or SMN-associated SMA disease”. This SMA is divided into several different types, from 1 to 4, according to the age of onset of the symptoms of the disease, the rate of spread, and the mobility of the individual.Children who exhibit the first symptoms at birth or in infancy show the lowest level of functioning. This is called type 1. While SMA disease that starts in young people is named as type 2 and type 3, SMA disease that shows symptoms in adulthood is classified as type 4. The later the onset of SMA disease under normal circumstances, the less affected motor function levels.In addition to the four types, there is also a type 0 type of SMA disease. SMA type 0 is characterized by decreased fetal motility in late pregnancy, and preterm delivery is common in this condition. These newborns may have severe weakness, hypotonia, and heart defects, while difficulty in sucking and breathing and swallowing.The baby cannot reach the self-righting stage. Usually, these babies have facial diplegia, a lack of response to environmental stimuli, and a congenital heart defect. Babies diagnosed with type 0 SMA disease usually die within the first six months.Significant symptoms of SMA disease are seen between six months and one year after birth, indicating type 1 SMA disease. These children are often very frail, have difficulty breathing, sucking and swallowing, and never reach the sitting stage of developmental progress on their own. This is also called Werdnig-Hoffmann disease. Children with type 1 SMA may survive for several years with the help of mechanical ventilation and feeding tubes to assist with breathing and feeding.

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3What is SMA Disease?

of the individual.Children who exhibit the first symptoms at birth or in infancy show the lowest level of functioning. This is called type 1. While SMA disease that starts in young people is named as type 2 and type 3, SMA disease that shows symptoms in adulthood is classified as type 4. The later the onset of SMA disease under normal circumstances, the less affected motor function levels.In addition to the four types, there is also a type 0 type of SMA disease. SMA type 0 is characterized by decreased fetal motility in late pregnancy, and preterm delivery is common in this condition. These newborns may have severe weakness, hypotonia, and heart defects, while difficulty in sucking and breathing and swallowing.The baby cannot reach the self-righting stage. Usually, these babies have facial diplegia, a lack of response to environmental stimuli, and a congenital heart defect. Babies diagnosed with type 0 SMA disease usually die within the first six months.Significant symptoms of SMA disease are seen between six months and one year after birth, indicating type 1 SMA disease. These children are often very frail, have difficulty breathing, sucking and swallowing, and never reach the sitting stage of developmental progress on their own. This is also called Werdnig-Hoffmann disease. Children with type 1 SMA may survive for several years with the help of mechanical ventilation and feeding tubes to assist with breathing and feeding.

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3What is SMA Disease?

he onset of SMA disease under normal circumstances, the less affected motor function levels.In addition to the four types, there is also a type 0 type of SMA disease. SMA type 0 is characterized by decreased fetal motility in late pregnancy, and preterm delivery is common in this condition. These newborns may have severe weakness, hypotonia, and heart defects, while difficulty in sucking and breathing and swallowing.The baby cannot reach the self-righting stage. Usually, these babies have facial diplegia, a lack of response to environmental stimuli, and a congenital heart defect. Babies diagnosed with type 0 SMA disease usually die within the first six months.Significant symptoms of SMA disease are seen between six months and one year after birth, indicating type 1 SMA disease. These children are often very frail, have difficulty breathing, sucking and swallowing, and never reach the sitting stage of developmental progress on their own. This is also called Werdnig-Hoffmann disease. Children with type 1 SMA may survive for several years with the help of mechanical ventilation and feeding tubes to assist with breathing and feeding.

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3What is SMA Disease?

wborns may have severe weakness, hypotonia, and heart defects, while difficulty in sucking and breathing and swallowing.The baby cannot reach the self-righting stage. Usually, these babies have facial diplegia, a lack of response to environmental stimuli, and a congenital heart defect. Babies diagnosed with type 0 SMA disease usually die within the first six months.Significant symptoms of SMA disease are seen between six months and one year after birth, indicating type 1 SMA disease. These children are often very frail, have difficulty breathing, sucking and swallowing, and never reach the sitting stage of developmental progress on their own. This is also called Werdnig-Hoffmann disease. Children with type 1 SMA may survive for several years with the help of mechanical ventilation and feeding tubes to assist with breathing and feeding.

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3What is SMA Disease?

sed with type 0 SMA disease usually die within the first six months.Significant symptoms of SMA disease are seen between six months and one year after birth, indicating type 1 SMA disease. These children are often very frail, have difficulty breathing, sucking and swallowing, and never reach the sitting stage of developmental progress on their own. This is also called Werdnig-Hoffmann disease. Children with type 1 SMA may survive for several years with the help of mechanical ventilation and feeding tubes to assist with breathing and feeding.

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3What is SMA Disease?

ting stage of developmental progress on their own. This is also called Werdnig-Hoffmann disease. Children with type 1 SMA may survive for several years with the help of mechanical ventilation and feeding tubes to assist with breathing and feeding.

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3What is SMA Disease?

Spinal muscular atrophy, in short, SMA disease is a genetic, that is, hereditary motor neuron disease that affects the individual's central nervous system, peripheral nervous system and controlled muscle movements of the skeletal musculature. There is no definitive treatment for SMA disease. SMA dis

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3What is SMA Disease?

ease is a very rare disease.SMA is one of a group of diseases called muscular dystrophy characterized by symptoms of progressive weakness and loss of muscle mass. In many cases of muscular dystrophy, mutated abnormal genes interfere with the production of proteins necessary to build healthy muscle.Most of the nerve cells that control the muscles in the body are found in the spinal cord. In the SMA process, the muscles in the body cannot receive signals from the nervous system and cannot react to them. When muscles are not stimulated regularly by nerve cells, they atrophy, that is, they begin t

See in detail

3What is SMA Disease?

ost of the nerve cells that control the muscles in the body are found in the spinal cord. In the SMA process, the muscles in the body cannot receive signals from the nervous system and cannot react to them. When muscles are not stimulated regularly by nerve cells, they atrophy, that is, they begin to shrink.In the process of SMA disease, losses are observed in nerve cells called motor neurons in the spinal cord. In SMA, the muscles closer to the center of the body, that is, the proximal muscles, are usually more affected than the muscles that are further from the center, that is, the distal muscles.What Causes SMA Disease?SMA is caused by a deficiency of a motor neuron protein called SMN, which is essential for motor neuron survival in the nervous system. SMN plays an important role in gene expression in motor neurons.This deficiency is caused by genetic defects on chromosome 5 of a gene

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3What is SMA Disease?

o shrink.In the process of SMA disease, losses are observed in nerve cells called motor neurons in the spinal cord. In SMA, the muscles closer to the center of the body, that is, the proximal muscles, are usually more affected than the muscles that are further from the center, that is, the distal muscles.What Causes SMA Disease?SMA is caused by a deficiency of a motor neuron protein called SMN, which is essential for motor neuron survival in the nervous system. SMN plays an important role in gene expression in motor neurons.This deficiency is caused by genetic defects on chromosome 5 of a gene called SMN1. The most common of these defects is the absence of the SMN1 gene at all. The neighboring SMN2 gene is similar enough to do the job of this gene.SMA disease can also be caused by mutations of genes other than the SMN1 gene, much more rarely, and they are called non-chromosome 5 origin SMA disease.What are the Types of SMA Disease?The most common SMA disease is also called “chromosome 5 SMA or SMN-associated SMA disease”. This SMA is divided into several different types, from 1 to 4, according to the age of onset of the symptoms of the disease, the rate of spread, and the mobility

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3What is SMA Disease?

scles.What Causes SMA Disease?SMA is caused by a deficiency of a motor neuron protein called SMN, which is essential for motor neuron survival in the nervous system. SMN plays an important role in gene expression in motor neurons.This deficiency is caused by genetic defects on chromosome 5 of a gene called SMN1. The most common of these defects is the absence of the SMN1 gene at all. The neighboring SMN2 gene is similar enough to do the job of this gene.SMA disease can also be caused by mutations of genes other than the SMN1 gene, much more rarely, and they are called non-chromosome 5 origin SMA disease.What are the Types of SMA Disease?The most common SMA disease is also called “chromosome 5 SMA or SMN-associated SMA disease”. This SMA is divided into several different types, from 1 to 4, according to the age of onset of the symptoms of the disease, the rate of spread, and the mobility of the individual.Children who exhibit the first symptoms at birth or in infancy show the lowest level of functioning. This is called type 1. While SMA disease that starts in young people is named as type 2 and type 3, SMA disease that shows symptoms in adulthood is classified as type 4. The later the onset of SMA disease under normal circumstances, the less affected motor function levels.In addition to the four types, there is also a type 0 type of SMA disease. SMA type 0 is characterized by decreased fetal motility in late pregnancy, and preterm delivery is common in this condition. These ne

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3What is SMA Disease?

called SMN1. The most common of these defects is the absence of the SMN1 gene at all. The neighboring SMN2 gene is similar enough to do the job of this gene.SMA disease can also be caused by mutations of genes other than the SMN1 gene, much more rarely, and they are called non-chromosome 5 origin SMA disease.What are the Types of SMA Disease?The most common SMA disease is also called “chromosome 5 SMA or SMN-associated SMA disease”. This SMA is divided into several different types, from 1 to 4, according to the age of onset of the symptoms of the disease, the rate of spread, and the mobility of the individual.Children who exhibit the first symptoms at birth or in infancy show the lowest level of functioning. This is called type 1. While SMA disease that starts in young people is named as type 2 and type 3, SMA disease that shows symptoms in adulthood is classified as type 4. The later the onset of SMA disease under normal circumstances, the less affected motor function levels.In addition to the four types, there is also a type 0 type of SMA disease. SMA type 0 is characterized by decreased fetal motility in late pregnancy, and preterm delivery is common in this condition. These newborns may have severe weakness, hypotonia, and heart defects, while difficulty in sucking and breathing and swallowing.The baby cannot reach the self-righting stage. Usually, these babies have facial diplegia, a lack of response to environmental stimuli, and a congenital heart defect. Babies diagnosed with type 0 SMA disease usually die within the first six months.Significant symptoms of SMA disease are seen between six months and one year after birth, indicating type 1 SMA disease. These children are often very frail, have difficulty breathing, sucking and swallowing, and never reach the sit

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3What is SMA Disease?

MA disease.What are the Types of SMA Disease?The most common SMA disease is also called “chromosome 5 SMA or SMN-associated SMA disease”. This SMA is divided into several different types, from 1 to 4, according to the age of onset of the symptoms of the disease, the rate of spread, and the mobility of the individual.Children who exhibit the first symptoms at birth or in infancy show the lowest level of functioning. This is called type 1. While SMA disease that starts in young people is named as type 2 and type 3, SMA disease that shows symptoms in adulthood is classified as type 4. The later the onset of SMA disease under normal circumstances, the less affected motor function levels.In addition to the four types, there is also a type 0 type of SMA disease. SMA type 0 is characterized by decreased fetal motility in late pregnancy, and preterm delivery is common in this condition. These newborns may have severe weakness, hypotonia, and heart defects, while difficulty in sucking and breathing and swallowing.The baby cannot reach the self-righting stage. Usually, these babies have facial diplegia, a lack of response to environmental stimuli, and a congenital heart defect. Babies diagnosed with type 0 SMA disease usually die within the first six months.Significant symptoms of SMA disease are seen between six months and one year after birth, indicating type 1 SMA disease. These children are often very frail, have difficulty breathing, sucking and swallowing, and never reach the sitting stage of developmental progress on their own. This is also called Werdnig-Hoffmann disease. Children with type 1 SMA may survive for several years with the help of mechanical ventilation and feeding tubes to assist with breathing and feeding.

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3What is SMA Disease?

of the individual.Children who exhibit the first symptoms at birth or in infancy show the lowest level of functioning. This is called type 1. While SMA disease that starts in young people is named as type 2 and type 3, SMA disease that shows symptoms in adulthood is classified as type 4. The later the onset of SMA disease under normal circumstances, the less affected motor function levels.In addition to the four types, there is also a type 0 type of SMA disease. SMA type 0 is characterized by decreased fetal motility in late pregnancy, and preterm delivery is common in this condition. These newborns may have severe weakness, hypotonia, and heart defects, while difficulty in sucking and breathing and swallowing.The baby cannot reach the self-righting stage. Usually, these babies have facial diplegia, a lack of response to environmental stimuli, and a congenital heart defect. Babies diagnosed with type 0 SMA disease usually die within the first six months.Significant symptoms of SMA disease are seen between six months and one year after birth, indicating type 1 SMA disease. These children are often very frail, have difficulty breathing, sucking and swallowing, and never reach the sitting stage of developmental progress on their own. This is also called Werdnig-Hoffmann disease. Children with type 1 SMA may survive for several years with the help of mechanical ventilation and feeding tubes to assist with breathing and feeding.

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3What is SMA Disease?

he onset of SMA disease under normal circumstances, the less affected motor function levels.In addition to the four types, there is also a type 0 type of SMA disease. SMA type 0 is characterized by decreased fetal motility in late pregnancy, and preterm delivery is common in this condition. These newborns may have severe weakness, hypotonia, and heart defects, while difficulty in sucking and breathing and swallowing.The baby cannot reach the self-righting stage. Usually, these babies have facial diplegia, a lack of response to environmental stimuli, and a congenital heart defect. Babies diagnosed with type 0 SMA disease usually die within the first six months.Significant symptoms of SMA disease are seen between six months and one year after birth, indicating type 1 SMA disease. These children are often very frail, have difficulty breathing, sucking and swallowing, and never reach the sitting stage of developmental progress on their own. This is also called Werdnig-Hoffmann disease. Children with type 1 SMA may survive for several years with the help of mechanical ventilation and feeding tubes to assist with breathing and feeding.

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3What is SMA Disease?

wborns may have severe weakness, hypotonia, and heart defects, while difficulty in sucking and breathing and swallowing.The baby cannot reach the self-righting stage. Usually, these babies have facial diplegia, a lack of response to environmental stimuli, and a congenital heart defect. Babies diagnosed with type 0 SMA disease usually die within the first six months.Significant symptoms of SMA disease are seen between six months and one year after birth, indicating type 1 SMA disease. These children are often very frail, have difficulty breathing, sucking and swallowing, and never reach the sitting stage of developmental progress on their own. This is also called Werdnig-Hoffmann disease. Children with type 1 SMA may survive for several years with the help of mechanical ventilation and feeding tubes to assist with breathing and feeding.

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3What is SMA Disease?

sed with type 0 SMA disease usually die within the first six months.Significant symptoms of SMA disease are seen between six months and one year after birth, indicating type 1 SMA disease. These children are often very frail, have difficulty breathing, sucking and swallowing, and never reach the sitting stage of developmental progress on their own. This is also called Werdnig-Hoffmann disease. Children with type 1 SMA may survive for several years with the help of mechanical ventilation and feeding tubes to assist with breathing and feeding.

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3What is SMA Disease?

ting stage of developmental progress on their own. This is also called Werdnig-Hoffmann disease. Children with type 1 SMA may survive for several years with the help of mechanical ventilation and feeding tubes to assist with breathing and feeding.

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What is SMA Disease?

Spinal muscular atrophy, in short, SMA disease is a genetic, that is, hereditary motor neuron disease that affects the individual's central nervous system, peripheral nervous system and controlled muscle movements of the skeletal musculature. There is no definitive treatment for SMA disease. SMA dis

See in detail

What is SMA Disease?

ease is a very rare disease.SMA is one of a group of diseases called muscular dystrophy characterized by symptoms of progressive weakness and loss of muscle mass. In many cases of muscular dystrophy, mutated abnormal genes interfere with the production of proteins necessary to build healthy muscle.Most of the nerve cells that control the muscles in the body are found in the spinal cord. In the SMA process, the muscles in the body cannot receive signals from the nervous system and cannot react to them. When muscles are not stimulated regularly by nerve cells, they atrophy, that is, they begin t

See in detail

What is SMA Disease?

ost of the nerve cells that control the muscles in the body are found in the spinal cord. In the SMA process, the muscles in the body cannot receive signals from the nervous system and cannot react to them. When muscles are not stimulated regularly by nerve cells, they atrophy, that is, they begin to shrink.In the process of SMA disease, losses are observed in nerve cells called motor neurons in the spinal cord. In SMA, the muscles closer to the center of the body, that is, the proximal muscles, are usually more affected than the muscles that are further from the center, that is, the distal muscles.What Causes SMA Disease?SMA is caused by a deficiency of a motor neuron protein called SMN, which is essential for motor neuron survival in the nervous system. SMN plays an important role in gene expression in motor neurons.This deficiency is caused by genetic defects on chromosome 5 of a gene

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What is SMA Disease?

o shrink.In the process of SMA disease, losses are observed in nerve cells called motor neurons in the spinal cord. In SMA, the muscles closer to the center of the body, that is, the proximal muscles, are usually more affected than the muscles that are further from the center, that is, the distal muscles.What Causes SMA Disease?SMA is caused by a deficiency of a motor neuron protein called SMN, which is essential for motor neuron survival in the nervous system. SMN plays an important role in gene expression in motor neurons.This deficiency is caused by genetic defects on chromosome 5 of a gene called SMN1. The most common of these defects is the absence of the SMN1 gene at all. The neighboring SMN2 gene is similar enough to do the job of this gene.SMA disease can also be caused by mutations of genes other than the SMN1 gene, much more rarely, and they are called non-chromosome 5 origin SMA disease.What are the Types of SMA Disease?The most common SMA disease is also called “chromosome 5 SMA or SMN-associated SMA disease”. This SMA is divided into several different types, from 1 to 4, according to the age of onset of the symptoms of the disease, the rate of spread, and the mobility

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What is SMA Disease?

scles.What Causes SMA Disease?SMA is caused by a deficiency of a motor neuron protein called SMN, which is essential for motor neuron survival in the nervous system. SMN plays an important role in gene expression in motor neurons.This deficiency is caused by genetic defects on chromosome 5 of a gene called SMN1. The most common of these defects is the absence of the SMN1 gene at all. The neighboring SMN2 gene is similar enough to do the job of this gene.SMA disease can also be caused by mutations of genes other than the SMN1 gene, much more rarely, and they are called non-chromosome 5 origin SMA disease.What are the Types of SMA Disease?The most common SMA disease is also called “chromosome 5 SMA or SMN-associated SMA disease”. This SMA is divided into several different types, from 1 to 4, according to the age of onset of the symptoms of the disease, the rate of spread, and the mobility of the individual.Children who exhibit the first symptoms at birth or in infancy show the lowest level of functioning. This is called type 1. While SMA disease that starts in young people is named as type 2 and type 3, SMA disease that shows symptoms in adulthood is classified as type 4. The later the onset of SMA disease under normal circumstances, the less affected motor function levels.In addition to the four types, there is also a type 0 type of SMA disease. SMA type 0 is characterized by decreased fetal motility in late pregnancy, and preterm delivery is common in this condition. These ne

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called SMN1. The most common of these defects is the absence of the SMN1 gene at all. The neighboring SMN2 gene is similar enough to do the job of this gene.SMA disease can also be caused by mutations of genes other than the SMN1 gene, much more rarely, and they are called non-chromosome 5 origin SMA disease.What are the Types of SMA Disease?The most common SMA disease is also called “chromosome 5 SMA or SMN-associated SMA disease”. This SMA is divided into several different types, from 1 to 4, according to the age of onset of the symptoms of the disease, the rate of spread, and the mobility of the individual.Children who exhibit the first symptoms at birth or in infancy show the lowest level of functioning. This is called type 1. While SMA disease that starts in young people is named as type 2 and type 3, SMA disease that shows symptoms in adulthood is classified as type 4. The later the onset of SMA disease under normal circumstances, the less affected motor function levels.In addition to the four types, there is also a type 0 type of SMA disease. SMA type 0 is characterized by decreased fetal motility in late pregnancy, and preterm delivery is common in this condition. These newborns may have severe weakness, hypotonia, and heart defects, while difficulty in sucking and breathing and swallowing.The baby cannot reach the self-righting stage. Usually, these babies have facial diplegia, a lack of response to environmental stimuli, and a congenital heart defect. Babies diagnosed with type 0 SMA disease usually die within the first six months.Significant symptoms of SMA disease are seen between six months and one year after birth, indicating type 1 SMA disease. These children are often very frail, have difficulty breathing, sucking and swallowing, and never reach the sit

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What is SMA Disease?

MA disease.What are the Types of SMA Disease?The most common SMA disease is also called “chromosome 5 SMA or SMN-associated SMA disease”. This SMA is divided into several different types, from 1 to 4, according to the age of onset of the symptoms of the disease, the rate of spread, and the mobility of the individual.Children who exhibit the first symptoms at birth or in infancy show the lowest level of functioning. This is called type 1. While SMA disease that starts in young people is named as type 2 and type 3, SMA disease that shows symptoms in adulthood is classified as type 4. The later the onset of SMA disease under normal circumstances, the less affected motor function levels.In addition to the four types, there is also a type 0 type of SMA disease. SMA type 0 is characterized by decreased fetal motility in late pregnancy, and preterm delivery is common in this condition. These newborns may have severe weakness, hypotonia, and heart defects, while difficulty in sucking and breathing and swallowing.The baby cannot reach the self-righting stage. Usually, these babies have facial diplegia, a lack of response to environmental stimuli, and a congenital heart defect. Babies diagnosed with type 0 SMA disease usually die within the first six months.Significant symptoms of SMA disease are seen between six months and one year after birth, indicating type 1 SMA disease. These children are often very frail, have difficulty breathing, sucking and swallowing, and never reach the sitting stage of developmental progress on their own. This is also called Werdnig-Hoffmann disease. Children with type 1 SMA may survive for several years with the help of mechanical ventilation and feeding tubes to assist with breathing and feeding.

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of the individual.Children who exhibit the first symptoms at birth or in infancy show the lowest level of functioning. This is called type 1. While SMA disease that starts in young people is named as type 2 and type 3, SMA disease that shows symptoms in adulthood is classified as type 4. The later the onset of SMA disease under normal circumstances, the less affected motor function levels.In addition to the four types, there is also a type 0 type of SMA disease. SMA type 0 is characterized by decreased fetal motility in late pregnancy, and preterm delivery is common in this condition. These newborns may have severe weakness, hypotonia, and heart defects, while difficulty in sucking and breathing and swallowing.The baby cannot reach the self-righting stage. Usually, these babies have facial diplegia, a lack of response to environmental stimuli, and a congenital heart defect. Babies diagnosed with type 0 SMA disease usually die within the first six months.Significant symptoms of SMA disease are seen between six months and one year after birth, indicating type 1 SMA disease. These children are often very frail, have difficulty breathing, sucking and swallowing, and never reach the sitting stage of developmental progress on their own. This is also called Werdnig-Hoffmann disease. Children with type 1 SMA may survive for several years with the help of mechanical ventilation and feeding tubes to assist with breathing and feeding.

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he onset of SMA disease under normal circumstances, the less affected motor function levels.In addition to the four types, there is also a type 0 type of SMA disease. SMA type 0 is characterized by decreased fetal motility in late pregnancy, and preterm delivery is common in this condition. These newborns may have severe weakness, hypotonia, and heart defects, while difficulty in sucking and breathing and swallowing.The baby cannot reach the self-righting stage. Usually, these babies have facial diplegia, a lack of response to environmental stimuli, and a congenital heart defect. Babies diagnosed with type 0 SMA disease usually die within the first six months.Significant symptoms of SMA disease are seen between six months and one year after birth, indicating type 1 SMA disease. These children are often very frail, have difficulty breathing, sucking and swallowing, and never reach the sitting stage of developmental progress on their own. This is also called Werdnig-Hoffmann disease. Children with type 1 SMA may survive for several years with the help of mechanical ventilation and feeding tubes to assist with breathing and feeding.

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wborns may have severe weakness, hypotonia, and heart defects, while difficulty in sucking and breathing and swallowing.The baby cannot reach the self-righting stage. Usually, these babies have facial diplegia, a lack of response to environmental stimuli, and a congenital heart defect. Babies diagnosed with type 0 SMA disease usually die within the first six months.Significant symptoms of SMA disease are seen between six months and one year after birth, indicating type 1 SMA disease. These children are often very frail, have difficulty breathing, sucking and swallowing, and never reach the sitting stage of developmental progress on their own. This is also called Werdnig-Hoffmann disease. Children with type 1 SMA may survive for several years with the help of mechanical ventilation and feeding tubes to assist with breathing and feeding.

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What is SMA Disease?

sed with type 0 SMA disease usually die within the first six months.Significant symptoms of SMA disease are seen between six months and one year after birth, indicating type 1 SMA disease. These children are often very frail, have difficulty breathing, sucking and swallowing, and never reach the sitting stage of developmental progress on their own. This is also called Werdnig-Hoffmann disease. Children with type 1 SMA may survive for several years with the help of mechanical ventilation and feeding tubes to assist with breathing and feeding.

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ting stage of developmental progress on their own. This is also called Werdnig-Hoffmann disease. Children with type 1 SMA may survive for several years with the help of mechanical ventilation and feeding tubes to assist with breathing and feeding.

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