One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
In the genitive and attributive, especially in "Rett syndrome". Designating an X-linked genetic disorder occurring predominantly in girls, typically characterized by the development of autistic symptoms, dementia, ataxia, seizures, and stereotypic hand-wringing movements, beginning in very early childhood after a brief period of apparently normal development.
1980s. From the name of Andreas Rett, Austrian physician, who described the disorder in 1966.
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