Non-neurological onset of Friedreich’s ataxia

While most patients with Friedreich’s ataxia are diagnosed based on progressive difficulties with coordination and balance, reports suggest that some patients present with non-neurological symptoms. A group of researchers from 11 European centers in Austria, Italy, Spain, France, Belgium, and Germany have shown that such patients have significant delays in diagnosis. 

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