A Diagnostic Case Study of a Young Man with Russell-Silver Syndrome and Associated Comorbidities
- Associated Comorbidities,
- Russell-Silver Syndrome
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This is a case study of a young man diagnosed with Russell-Silver Syndrome or RSS for short (Online Mendelian Inheritance in Man® Classification Number #180860) and associated comorbidities. The aim of this paper is to provide diagnostic information about the syndrome with its comorbidities so that educational therapists and other allied professionals working with such individuals will know what to look out for, especially the RSS-associated comorbidities, and in that way, they become better informed in order to know what offer in their Response to Intervention (RtI) for such individuals with RSS.
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