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Williams Syndrome: Rare but not invisible.

Until today there are many conditions of any kind. One of the most peculiar is the Williams Syndrome. This is present from birth and fromthere change the lives of all family members. These children, in addition to mental retardation, have a unique personality. Although for many it is very difficult since most of these patients havecardiovascular problems. Making this condition one of the most special.

In many features of this condition are highlighted thedevelopmental delays, highly social personalities and cardiovascular disease.

How would you feel if you were one in ten thousand? In the world there are more than five thousand conditions, but half ofthem are not known. Williams Syndrome is a rare genetic condition caused by lack of elasticity gene. Unlike conditions that make the connection with the patient difficult, the families of those who havede syndrome it's all an adventure to live with them. But not everything is so perfect since most of these patients have medical conditions from birth. In many features of this condition arehighlighted the developmental delays, highly social personalities and cardiovascular disease.

Almost all patients with Williams syndrome have mild to severe learning and speech difficulties. Toddlerswith this syndrome experience most of the time development delays.  Problems such as walking, talking and bowel control have been presented after infancy which is considered normal. From childhood theyget distracted very easily but may improve have children get older. Children and adults with Down syndrome demonstrate intellectual strengths and weaknesses. Tasks such as speech and phonetic workperformance are quite strong. While in motor and spatial activities they shown as a major weakness.

People with Williams syndrome have a very endearing and unique personality. Parents talk...
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