Comprehensive Care to Manage the Complexities of Epigenetic Syndromes
The Epigenetic Syndromes Clinic cares for patients with a diverse group of disorders that affect how our body uses our instructional manual, called DNA.
The group of disorders has not traditionally been put together. However, the underlying genetic change is similar.
Examples of these syndromes include Rubinstein-Taybi syndrome, Kabuki syndrome, Menke-Hennekam syndrome and KAT6A-related disorder.
We understand how complicated care for a child with an epigenetic syndrome can be, and we are here to help. The clinic consists of an interdisciplinary, patient-centered team that focuses on our patients’ clinical history and progress.
By using state-of-the-art information regarding disease, we can help manage our patients in hopes of preventing complications or setbacks in the future as well as continuing to improve patient care and follow-up.