PSMNSW
MCID: PRS118
MIFTS: 11

Parasomnia, Sleepwalking Type (PSMNSW)

Aliases & Classifications for Parasomnia, Sleepwalking Type

MalaCards integrated aliases for Parasomnia, Sleepwalking Type:

Name: Parasomnia, Sleepwalking Type 57 13 72
Psmnsw 57

Characteristics:

OMIM:

57
Inheritance:
autosomal dominant
multifactorial

Miscellaneous:
onset of sleepwalking between 4 and 8 years old
sleepwalking usually remits in adolescence
prevalence of sleepwalking up to 26% in childhood
prevalence of sleepwalking about 3% in adults
sleepwalking triggered by alcohol, sleep deprivation, stress
onset of sleep terrors between age 4 and 12 years old
sleep terrors usually remit during adolescence
prevalence of sleep terrors about 3% in children
prevalence of sleep terrors less than 1% in adults
affected individuals have amnesia for events


HPO:

32
parasomnia, sleepwalking type:
Inheritance autosomal dominant inheritance


External Ids:

OMIM 57 613938
MedGen 42 C3151363
UMLS 72 C3151363

Summaries for Parasomnia, Sleepwalking Type

OMIM : 57 Sleepwalking (SW) is a disorder in which a series of complex behaviors are initiated during slow-wave (non-REM) sleep and result in walking during sleep (American Academy of Sleep Medicine, 2005). It is a parasomnia, defined as a clinical disorder resulting in undesirable physical phenomena that occur predominantly during sleep. Parasomnias are not abnormalities of the processes responsible for sleep and wake states (summary by Hublin and Kaprio, 2003). Sleepwalking is more common in childhood (up to 26%), and usually resolves in adolescence; however, it can persist into adulthood (3%) (Hublin et al., 1997). (613938)

MalaCards based summary : Parasomnia, Sleepwalking Type, is also known as psmnsw. An important gene associated with Parasomnia, Sleepwalking Type is PSMNSW (Parasomnia, Sleepwalking Type). Related phenotype is sleep terror.

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Symptoms & Phenotypes for Parasomnia, Sleepwalking Type

Human phenotypes related to Parasomnia, Sleepwalking Type:

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# Description HPO Frequency HPO Source Accession
1 sleep terror 32 HP:0030765

Symptoms via clinical synopsis from OMIM:

57
Neurologic Central Nervous System:
walking during slow-wave sleep (sleepwalking)
sudden arousal from slow-wave sleep with screaming, autonomic, and behavioral manifestations of intense fear (sleep terrors)

Clinical features from OMIM:

613938

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Publications for Parasomnia, Sleepwalking Type

Articles related to Parasomnia, Sleepwalking Type:

# Title Authors PMID Year
1
Identification of sleepwalking gene(s): not yet, but soon? 8
21205687 2011
2
Novel genetic findings in an extended family pedigree with sleepwalking. 8
21205695 2011
3
Genetic aspects and genetic epidemiology of parasomnias. 8
14573377 2003
4
HLA and genetic susceptibility to sleepwalking. 8
12556916 2003
5
Prevalence and genetics of sleepwalking: a population-based twin study. 8
9008515 1997
6
Hereditary factors in sleepwalking and night terrors. 8
7426840 1980
7
Sleep-walking in twins. 8
4195120 1970
8
Atypical presentation of NREM arousal parasomnia with repetitive episodes. 38
17662022 2007

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