By: Kassidi Spohn
What is it?
This picture shows what the karyotype of the disease (ald) looks like.
This picture shows a little boy needing help getting out of bed from his dad.
This image shows the brain at the start of ald and as it progresses through the disease.
Features and Effects
Emotional features:behavioral problems, aggressive or uninhibited behavioral
Progressive or all at once: progressive
What happens to the lifespan: leading to complete disability or death
Treatments: bone marrow transplant
Help at school: difficulty at school, deterioration of handwriting, visual impairment or blindness, difficulty understanding spoken material, decreased understanding of verbal communication.