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Study participants will be asked to complete a series of brief surveys over time about their medical condition. The researchers will also attain primary medical records.The registry is run by clinical geneticists at Cincinnati Children's and Boston Children's Hospitals in a partnership with the Bohring-Opitz Syndrome (BOS) Foundation. The BOS Foundation is a non-profit organization run by families of patients with BOS that is focused on supporting research. The data is co-managed by the researchers and the Foundation. Aggregate data from the Registry will be shared with the participants as well as used for publication. The Registry is HIPPA compliant and follows all the IRB requirements regarding securing and managing patient data.
Natural history, treatment and management strategies of ASXL gene disorders [ Time Frame: 20 years ]
Use participant surveys including the GRDR CDE standard questions to collect data on disease history and management. Attain primary medical records with goal of publications to enhance treatment, management and understanding of the natural history of ASXL gene disorders.
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Ages Eligible for Study:
Child, Adult, Older Adult
Sexes Eligible for Study:
Accepts Healthy Volunteers:
All patients with molecularly proven or suspected ASXL related disorders
Clinical or molecular diagnosis of an ASXL related disorder
No clinical or molecular diagnosis of an ASXL related disorder