Davide Buzzi

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Glycogen storage disease type II has a broad continuous clinical spectrum in terms of onset, involvement of organs and life expectancy. Infantile onset is the most severe form, presenting with prominent cardiomyopathy, hypotonia, hepatomegaly and death before 12 months of life. Late onset form has onset at any age, lack of severe (or absence of) cardiac(More)
A child is reported presenting with a clinical picture suggestive of genetic connective tissue disorders (vascular fragility, articular hyperlaxity, delayed motor development, and normal cognitive development), an absence of pathological ethylmalonic acid excretion during inter-critical phases and a homozygous R163W mutation in the ETHE1 gene. This case(More)
Malignant infantile osteopetrosis (MIOP) is a rare autosomal recessive disorder of bone resorption characterized by early bone marrow failure, proneness to fractures, and visual deterioration, variably associated with impairments of other cranial nerves due to narrowing of skull base foramina. About 10% of patients with MIOP show severe neurological(More)
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