Gangliosidosis

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Gangliosidosis
ICD-10 E75.0-E75.1
ICD-9 330.1
MeSH D005733

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A disease of the accumulation of gangliosides is called "Gangliosidosis", which is a form of Lipid storage disorder. The gangliosidoses are two distinct genetic groups of diseases. Both are autosomal recessive and affect males and females equally.


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