Glycogen storage disease confined to the heart with deficient activity of cardiac phosphorylase kinase: a new type of glycogen storage disease.


The case of a male infant with marked deposition of glycogen, confined to the heart, is presented. Clinically, prominent cardiomegaly had been evident from immediately after birth until the infant's death due to heart failure. There were no significant clinical manifestations in other organs, including liver and skeletal muscle, during the clinical course… (More)


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