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Table 1 Clinical findings of SPG 11 and comparison with our case

From: A case of spastic paraplegia type 11 with a variation in the SPG11 gene

Frequent findingsOur case
Mild intellectual disability with learning difficulties in childhood and/or progressive cognitive retardation (83%)+
Axonal, motor, or sensorimotor peripheral neuropathy (> 80%)
Pseudobulbar involvement with dysarthria and/or dysphagia (85%)+
Hyperactive reflexes in the upper limbs (> 80%)+
Less frequent findings 
Cerebellar signs (ataxia or ocular signs including nystagmus and/or saccadic pursuit)
Retinal degeneration (Kjelling syndrome)?
Pes cavus+
Extrapyramidal signs such as parkinsonism