Kearns-sayre syndrome

What is Kearns-sayre syndrome?

A form of chronic progressive external ophthalmoplegia with associated cardiac conduction defects, short stature, and hearing loss; a sporadically occurring mitochondrial myopathy presenting in childhood.

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What is the life expectancy of a Kearns XXXXXXX syndrome sufferer?

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Currently there is no curative treatment for KSS. Because it is a rare condition, there are only case reports of treatments...

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