Clinical Signs and Symptoms
ORPHA:227510 Multiple system atrophy, cerebellar type
The phenotypic description of this disease is based on an analysis of the biomedical literature and uses the terms of the Human Phenotype Ontology (HPO). Phenotypic abnormalities are presented by order of frequency of occurrence in the patient population, then by alphabetical order inside each frequency group.
- Abnormal brain FDG positron emission tomography HP:0012658
- Abnormal pyramidal sign HP:0007256
- Abnormal rapid eye movement sleep HP:0002494
- Anxiety HP:0000739
- Autonomic bladder dysfunction HP:0005341
- Autonomic erectile dysfunction HP:0008652
- Axial dystonia HP:0002530
- Broad-based gait HP:0002136
- Central sleep apnea HP:0010536
- Constipation HP:0002019
- Depressivity HP:0000716
- Downbeat nystagmus HP:0010545
- Dysarthria HP:0001260
- Dysautonomia HP:0002459
- Dysphonia HP:0001618
- Female anorgasmia HP:0030015
- Frequent falls HP:0002359
- Gait ataxia HP:0002066
- Gaze-evoked nystagmus HP:0000640
- Limb ataxia HP:0002070
- Neuromuscular dysphagia HP:0002068
- Orofacial dyskinesia HP:0002310
- Orthostatic hypotension due to autonomic dysfunction HP:0004926
- Orthostatic syncope HP:0012670
- Postural instability HP:0002172
- Postural tremor HP:0002174
- Progressive cerebellar ataxia HP:0002073
- Raynaud phenomenon HP:0030880
- Stridor HP:0010307
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The information provided is estimated for the entire population of patients in routine care. Some phenotypic abnormalities reported here may occur individually with a variable temporality or severity, while others, not listed, may still be encountered. Phenotypic annotations are not yet available for all rare diseases; the annotation process is ongoing.
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