Nolly Nataly Castañeda
Master’s in clinical Neuropsychology (Cundinamarca), University of San Buenaventura: Bogota, Colombia
*Corresponding Author: Nolly Nataly Castañeda, Master’s in clinical Neuropsychology (Cundinamarca), University of San Buenaventura: Bogota, Colombia.
Received: February 14, 2022; Published: March 01, 2022
Mucopolysaccharidosis is a rare or orphan disease of lysosomal storage, genetic, which is recognized by bone malformations, claw-shaped hands, macroglossia and enlargement of some organs such as the liver, spleen and heart. In South American countries this type of disease is unknown, however, the Colombian health system has recognized it within its legislation and has responded to the different demands for medical and psychosocial support for these patients and their families. But likewise, he faces neuropsychological needs from the family, social and school spheres, in which different studies are still being carried out.
Citation: Nolly Nataly Castañeda. “Neuropsychology and Mucopolysaccharidosis". Acta Scientific Neurology 5.4 (2022): 01.
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