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|Date added||August 30, 2021|
|Category||Free Info Kit|
The purpose of this guide is to provide a complete up-to-date accounting of CMT subtypes and identified CMT-associated genes, current as of this writing, for everyday CMTers and practicing clinicians to reference. The scope of this guide does not discuss symptom and phenotype descriptions for the many individual CMT subtypes. Rather, this guide represents a comprehensive accounting of the identified subtypes and a comprehensive inclusive listing of all discovered CMT-associated genes, current to this writing. This guide discusses the many non-CMT acronym types and subtypes to clarify for everyday CMTers and for practicing clinicians how each are CMT, as determined by the CMT experts. This guide also discusses the limitations of CMT genetic testing as those limitations relate to everyday CMTers who are yet to obtain a genetic confirmation of their CMT.