Kaity was born September 10, 2004. She is one of the happiest children with an infectious smile. She brings so much joy and happiness to our family.

Kaity lives at home with her mom, dad, and 2 older siblings. She was diagnosed with Macrocephaly cutis marmorata telangiectatica congenita syndrome in 2006. She attends a BOCES program for school and receives OT, PT, and speech therapy several times a week in school.

In addition to the  M-cmtc, Kaity also has hydrocephalus and has vp shunt, Chiari malformation, a seizure disorder, and Myotonic Dystrophy, a form of muscular dystrophy.

She has hope in her genes.

4 thoughts on “Kaity Has Rare Condition Called Macrocephaly Cutis Marmorata Telangiectatica Congenita Syndrome (M-cmtc)”

  1. Peter & Linda Gallo says:

    Kaity is a beautiful girl who will brighten up any room and any life with her presence! She loves to hear stories, go in the lake with her brother and sister, and play with her toys. She has an amazing Mom and Dad who will do anything for her. We love to visit with her and see how much she learns from week to week.

  2. MABON Chantal says:

    je lis votre commentaire et vous apporte un témoignage; notre fille Célia, a aujourd’hui 21 ans et a le syndrome M.CMTC avec malformation d’Arnold Chiari , hypotonie musculaire, etc. Elle a une joie de vivre communicative et nous étonne tous par sa résistance “nerveuse”.
    Nous sommes en France et sommes venus vivre en petite ville pour lui permettre de rester plus à son rythme. Elle aime la vie, elle aime les gens et est très épicurienne! Elle va à la chorale et adore la musique. Elle a pu aller au lycée en classe adaptée jusqu’en 2011 mais la loi en place de puis l’année dernière ne lui permet plus d’assister aux cours en auditeur libre. Elle apprend différemment. A bientôt peut-être sur le net.

    Translation by The Global Genes Team:

    I read your comment and support you with a testimony our daughter Celia, now 21 and M.CMTC syndrome with Arnold-Chiari malformation, hypotonia, etc.. She has a joie de vivre “joe of life” and surprises us all by her communicative ability to “nervous” resistance .
    We are in France and came to live in town for it to stay longer at their own pace. She loves life, loves people and is very Epicurean! She goes to the choir and loves music. She was able to go to school in special education until 2011, but the law in place last year does not allow her to attend auditory courses. She learns differently. Soon perhaps on the net.

  3. bonjour
    Merci beaucoup pour vos commentaires. Nous avons traduit à partir de votre langue maternelle française à l’anglais plus grand nombre de nos lecteurs seront en mesure de profiter de votre compréhension. Merci et meilleurs vœux à vous et votre fille!

    – The Global Genes Team


    Thank you very much for your comment. We translated from your native language to English so many of our readers will be able to enjoy your thoughtful insight. Thank you and best wishes to you and your daughter!

  4. Peter & Linda says:

    Thanks so much Mom & Dad, Jan and I do what we can but with support from family like you both it makes it a little bit easier . Lot’s of love Jan & Ed Oh And Kaity

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