Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease (CMT) refers to a heterogenous group of inherited sensorimotor polyneuropathies, ranging from severe congenital to mild adult-onset phenotypes [1]. The main clinical features of CMT are of a length-dependent weakness and sensory loss that begins in the feet and gradually ascends to the knees and hands, generally associated with feet deformities [2,3].

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