Fabry disease

About Fabry disease

Fabry disease is a congenital metabolic disease caused by defects in the X-linked gene. It is manifested by a significant reduction or loss of α-galactosidase A activity in patients, leading to the pathology of sphingosyllipids in the lysosomes of various tissue cells Sexual accumulation. The disease starts in the fetus and gradually worsens with the patient’s life, causing the failure of important organs such as the heart and kidney. 

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