Myelin deficiency in cats by nick and zach

a fatty substance that covers the axons (the portions of the nerve cells that transfer impulses to other cells of the body)

symptoms: clinical signs appear within days of birth, body tremors that worsen with activity and decline during rest, symptoms generally improve by one year of age

treatment: no effective treatment avalible for eithier peripheral or central hypomyelination

Prevention: its heraditary

little to no myelin sheath

none but does get better over time

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