Expertise network


Welcome to the expertise network for Marshall-Smith syndrome. Because Marshall-Smith syndrome is a very complicated disorder, families around Marshall-Smith syndrome have searched and found centre's of expertise together with the formally recognized expertise centre. This network can help your local doctors, day-care centre's, schools and therapeutists to deliver the right care, close to home.

Our information as basis

The experts within this Marshall-Smith syndrome network work together to provide the best possible information about Marshall-Smith syndrome on this website. They are also motivated to read your stories and answer your questions to learn more about Marshall-Smith syndrome. This website is therefore a tool for healthcare provider, healthcare insurer and your family.

The Marshall-Smith syndrome (MSS) is a very infrequently described syndrome. The syndrome has been described for the first time in 1971. Since then, about 50 children and adults with the syndrome are known in the medical literature worldwide.

 


 

Team

Kinderarts Erfelijke en Aangeboren Aandoeningen

Dr. Leonie Menke

Arts Verstandelijk Gehandicapten (AVG)

Dr. Sylvia Huisman

klinisch geneticus

Drs Saskia Maas

About the website contents

 

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