A new type of mucolipidosis associated with hereditary thrombocytopathy and color blindness.

Abstract

Autopsy findings of a 22-year-old Japanese male who showed the symptoms of both mucopolysaccharidosis and sphingolipidosis are reported. The patient had a gargoyle-like face, bone change with cherry-red spot and absence of mucopolysacchariduria, and moreover accompanied by hereditary thrombocytopathy and color blindness. Autopsy findings were almost the… (More)

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