Exome sequencing and the management of neurometabolic disorders” , download article here

The metabolic evaluation of the child with an intellectual developmental disorder: Diagnostic algorithm for identification of treatable causes and new digital resource, download article here.

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Some of our frequent visitors might have noticed that the lay out and 'feel' of this website has changed. Indeed it has!
Our 'old' Tide website was created with the grant application in mind and primarily used as a tool to convince the reviewers of the need of our TIDE project. Indeed we succeeded and since we've been busy starting the TIDE project in many different ways: the first patients have been enrolled into the program, the TIDE Complex Clinic is up & running, our App treatable-id.org has been introduced as a new diagnostic online tool & our database is filling up with patients.
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The TIDE team has been given the opportunity to make its appearance at The Grand Rounds late 2011 and early 2012. The first presentation titled: "Riding the TIDE: Innovating the Diagnostic Approach to Treatable Intellectual Disabilities" was focussed on diagnosis of ID patients (november 4th 2011). The second presentation titled: "Individualized Treatment of Intellectual Disabilities: The Power of
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Both the TIDE BC project and the Treatable-ID.org App are based upon a systematic literature review, performed by Dr. Clara van Karnebeek & Dr. Sylvia Stöckler. This review, titled: "Treatable inborn errors of metabolism causing intellectual disability: A systematic literature review" identifies 81 inborn errors of metabolism which are causally related to intellectual disability and amenable to
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On november 10th 2011 the Clinical Tool "Treatable-ID" was officially launched at BC Children's. The App is accessible via www.treatable-id.org
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