May 08, 2017
Since birth, the patient has had visual impairment and repetitive, uncontrolled eye movements (nystagmus). A brain MRI was normal and ophthalmology was unable to find an underlying cause.
The patient also has low muscle tone (hypotonia) and walks with his legs spaced far apart (broad-based gait).
Developmentally, the patient has showed mild delays in both his motor and speech skills.
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