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At the beginning of our stay at CHEO, Wyatt was tested for an extremely rare genetic syndrome called Crisponi Syndrome. His blood had to be sent to Norway, and 6 weeks later, we got the results; negative. He has also had his blood sent off for Trismus Pseudocamptodactyly Sydrome, the results were also negative.
After Wyatt's EMG results, further testing is being done on possible muscle distrophies, however, the Geneticist feels that Wyatt's issues are more neurological, than gene related.
Wyatt has had his DNA tested for new mutations (exhone sequencing), all of which have come out negative.
She feels that whatever happened to Wyatt, happened in-utero, and is keeping in close contact with Wyatt's neurologist. With that said, we have one more test being done, which is a Mitochondrial DNA test, as of September 2016, we are still awaiting the results (they were due in November 2015). Please see Wyatt's Medical Timeline for the most up-to-date information regarding testing.