[Early response to idursulfase in a 31-year old male patient with Hunter syndrome].

@article{PrezCalvo2011EarlyRT,
  title={[Early response to idursulfase in a 31-year old male patient with Hunter syndrome].},
  author={Juan P{\'e}rez-Calvo and I Bergua Sanclemente and Mar{\'i}a J L{\'o}pez Moreno and Miguel {\'A}ngel Torralba Cabeza and B Amores Arriaga},
  journal={Revista clinica espanola},
  year={2011},
  volume={211 7},
  pages={e42-5}
}
The response to Enzyme Replacement Therapy (ERT) in Hunter syndrome (MPS II) occurs early in most of the patients after its initiation and continues during the first 12-18 months. However, almost all the patients with MPS II have severe forms of the disease and death occurs prematurely. More than 90% of subjects die before 25 years, and only a minority will survive after the age of 30. There is very limited information on early response to ERT among adult patients with Hunter's syndrome. We… CONTINUE READING
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