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ORPHA:85453  X-linked reticulate pigmentary disorder

:: Activity limitation/participation restriction is described according to the Orphanet Functioning Thesaurus, derived and adapted from the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health – Children and Youth (ICF-CY, WHO 2007). The provided information is assessed from the whole patients’ population affected by the disease, receiving standard care and management (specific and/or symptomatic management, prevention and prophylaxis, devices and aids, care and support). Functional consequences are organized by their frequency in the patients’ population. This general information may not apply to specific cases. Some difficulties reported here can occur with a different temporality or severity degree, and others that are not listed can nevertheless arise.

 Loss of an ability
Very frequent
Temporality
Severity
Seeing/watching
Permanent limitation
Severe
Acquiring language
Permanent limitation
Severe
Learning to read
Permanent limitation
Severe
Learning to write
Permanent limitation
Severe
Driving
Permanent limitation
Severe
Practicing sports
Permanent limitation
Severe
Frequent
Temporality
Severity
Falling asleep
Permanent limitation
Moderate
Staying asleep
Permanent limitation
Moderate
Getting good quality sleep
Permanent limitation
Moderate
Moving around outside the home
Permanent limitation
Moderate
Environmental factors

:: Following are the environmental factors that should be addressed in order to improve the functioning or limit the restrictions deriving from this disease.

Temperature
Humidity
Light intensity
Light quality
Day/night cycles
Seasonal cycles
Sound intensity
Sound quality
Vibrations
Air quality
Source: [Expert]
Last update: 01/07/2019

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