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Fukuhara N, Suzuki M, Fujita N, Tsubaki T Fabry's disease on the mechanism of the peripheral nerve involvement.
Fabry's disease is one of the genetic disorders grouped together as lysosomal storage disease.
A female heterozygous patient with Fabry's disease with renal accumulation of trihexosyl ceramide detected with a monoclonal antibody.
Psychosis in a patient with Fabry's disease and treatment with aripiprazole.
Fabry's disease is a fat-storage disorder, which impairs circulation, leading to kidney failure, heart attacks and strokes.
Fabry's disease is caused by an insufficiency of the lysosomal enzyme [alpha]-galactosidase A.
The rare, fatal genetic condition in this instance is Fabry's disease.
GlobalData, the industry analysis specialist, has released its new report, Fabry's Disease Therapeutics - Pipeline Assessment and Market Forecasts to 2018.
1973) Renal pathologic lesions and functional alterations in a man with Fabry's disease.
Safety and efficacy of recombinant human alphagalactosidase A-replacement therapy in Fabry's disease.