Glycogen Storage Disroder Symptoms

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Lysosomal storage disease: Inborn Error of Metabolism, Lysosome, Organelle, Cell (biology), Tay-Sachs Disease, Gaucher's Disease, Cell Biology, Intracellular, ... Glycogen Storage Disease Type II, Enzyme.The combination of persistent hypoglycemia and ketosis in a child with an enlarged liver should suggest the possibility of a glycogen storage disorder. The most common of theses diseases is Von Gierke's disease (Type 1 Glycogen storage disease) in which glucose-6-phosphatase is usually the deficient enzyme. Other features of this disorder include failure to thrive, hyperuricemia and hyperlipidemia.




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