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a pathological condition of mind or body

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Physiological characterization of neuropathy in Fabry's disease.
ACD was initially considered to be synonymous with Fabry's disease, first described by Anderson and Fabry independently in 1898.
A systematic review of the clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of enzyme replacement therapies for Fabry's disease and mucopolysaccharidosis type 1.
P and her mother were diagnosed with Fabry's disease (FD) based on genetic analysis.
For Fabry's disease, in which numerous angiokeratomas pose a cosmetic concern, laser therapy, including the use of an argon, copper, Nd:Yag, KTP 532-nm, or Candela V-beam laser, is preferred.
Disorders include paraplegia, radial neuropathy, sensory neuropathy, Fabry's disease, neurogastrointestinal encephalomyopathy, Guillain-Barre syndrome, POEMS syndrome, leprosy, and autoimmune autonomic ganglionopathy.
Differentiating these two is important in that the treatment options are disparate, and for Fabry's disease the presence of delayed enhancement predicts lack of response to enzyme replacement therapy.
When the child was born, Fabry's disease was confirmed.
Concentration of glycosylceramides in plasma and red cells in Fabry's disease, a glycolipid lipidosis.
The team was also able to successfully treat a mouse suffering from Fabry's disease, a genetic kidney defect characterized by the deficiency of a metabolism-aiding enzyme, by using the method to replace its nephrons with healthy ones, he said.
Judith Pringle's husband Stephen died in April 2002 of Fabry's disease, which leads to kidney and heart failure.
BELFAST -- Important new data on the heritability patterns, prevalence, diagnosis, and clinical manifestations of Fabry's disease are emerging from a European database, Dr.
They include treatments for conditions which until now suffered from insufficient therapy options, such as Fabry's disease, specific forms of leukaemia, rare gastro-intestinal tumours, and extreme cases of hypertension.