X-linked adrenoleukodystrophy is a rare disease that affects the central or peripheral nervous system and the adrenal cortex. Brain involvement leads to progressive behavioral, cognitive and neurological deficits, which appear progressively from childhood (between 4 and 8 years) to adulthood. The symptoms caused by the involvement of the peripheral nervous system consist of weakness in the legs, spasticity, clumsy gait, pain, and intestinal and bladder dysfunction. The onset of these symptoms is usually between the ages of 20 and 30. The onset of primary adrenocortical insufficiency ranges from age two to adulthood (most commonly age 7.5 years).
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