These resources include the best available evidence about the course of Rett syndrome and its management as well as practical information about family associations, specialist clinical centres and links to relevant websites.
Downs J, Leonard H. Longitudinal approaches to populations with childhood onset neurodevelopmental conditions: Australian experience with Rett syndrome. In: Ronen GM, Rosenbaum PL, editors. Life Quality Outcomes in Children and Young People with Neurological and Developmental Conditions: Concepts, Evidence and Practice. London: MacKeith Press; 2013.
Archer HL, Evans JC, Millar DS, Thompson PW, Kerr AM, Leonard H, Christodoulou J, Ravine D, Lazarou L, Grove L, Verity C, Whatley SD, Pitz DT, Sampson JR, Clarke AJ. NTNG1 mutations are a rare cause of Rett syndrome. American Journal of Medical Genetics Part A. 2006; 140A(7):691-694.
Leonard H, Fyfe S, Ellaway C. Possible link between skeletal and electrocardiographic abnormalities and autonomic dysfunction in Rett syndrome. In: Kerr AM, Engerström IW, editors. Rett Disorder and the developing Brain. Oxford: Oxford University Press; 2001. p. 265-267.
Gill HK, Cheadle JP, Maynard J, Fleming N, Kerr A, Leonard H, Thompson EM, Hanefeld F, Skjeldal O, Sampson J, Clarke A. MECP2 analysis in possible familial Rett syndrome. American Journal of Human Genetics. 2000; 67(4):706.