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Galactosemia


Galactosemia is a rare genetic metabolic disorder that affects an individual's ability to metabolize the sugar galactose properly. Galactosemia is sometimes confused with Lactose-Intolerance, but unlike lactose-intolerance,...
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Galactosemia is a hereditary disease that is caused by the lack of a liver ... Galactosemia usually causes no symptoms at birth, but jaundice, diarrhea, and ...
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Galactosemia is a disorder that affects how the body processes a simple sugar called galactose. ... Mutations in the GALE, GALK1, and GALT genes cause galactosemia. ...
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More about Galactosemia: Causes and symptoms Diagnosis Treatment Prognosis Prevention Resources Galactosemia Definition Galactosemia is an inherited
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Galactosemia is an inherited defect of galactose metabolism caused by an enzyme ... Although infants with galactosemia may appear normal at birth, within a few days ...
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The alternate names, a summary and list of major features of galactocerebrosidase deficiency. ... Galactosemia. Alternative Names Return to top ...
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... current president of GANES - the Galactosemia Association of the North Eastern States. ... year old son with classic galactosemia and would like to take ...
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Galactosemia is inherited in an autosomal recessive manner. ... Galactosemia can be detected in virtually 100% of affected infants in states ...
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Galactosemia is a rare genetic metabolic disorder that affects an individual's ... In individuals with galactosemia, one of the three types of enzyme needed for ...
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The Web Site of the American Liver Foundation. ... Galactosemia means too much galactose builds up in the blood. ... 75% of infants with galactosemia will die. ...
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Galactosemia is a rare disorder that affects the body's ability to break down a ... People with galactosemia are missing an enzyme called GATL (galactose-1 ...
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"Galactosemia is caused when a baby cannot digest sugar found in milk. ... Galactosemia, due to a complete lack of Gal-1-PUT activity, presents in the first ...
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Read about a serious condition found in routine newborn screening. ... Classic galactosemia is a condition where children lack the enzyme necessary to ...
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A galactosemia test is a blood or urine test that checks for three enzymes that ... A person with galactosemia doesn't have one of these enzymes. ...
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Galactosemia ... An infant with galactosemia appears normal at birth, but within a few days or ... Children with galactosemia who have not received early ...
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Causes of Galactosemia including triggers, underlying medical cause of Galactosemia, risk factors, and what causes Galactosemia.
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that cause galactosemia vary in severity from a benign condition. to a ... of cataracts in all forms of galactosemia, it is not known which ...
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Galactosemia is an inherited defect of galactose metabolism caused by an ... autosomal recessive disorder, the parents of a child with galactosemia are ...
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