Glycogen storage disease in adults.

@article{Talente1994GlycogenSD,
  title={Glycogen storage disease in adults.},
  author={Gregg M Talente and Rosalind A Coleman and Caroline Alter and Lee Baker and Barbara I Brown and Robert A. Cannon and Yu T Chen and John F. Crigler and Paula Gonçalves Ferreira and James C. Haworth and Gail E. Herman and Robert M. Issenman and John P. Keating and Rasmus Linde and Thomas F Roe and B Senior and Joseph I. Wolfsdorf},
  journal={Annals of internal medicine},
  year={1994},
  volume={120 3},
  pages={218-26}
}
Table 1 The glycogen storage diseases (GSD) include more than ten separate genetic defects that impair glycogen breakdown, primarily in liver or muscle or both. Even the types most frequently encountered (GSD-Ia and GSD-III) are uncommon, each with an incidence of approximately 1 in 100 000 births. Thus, no single institution has followed and reported on a large series of patients. The importance of several major complications was recognized only recently because only single cases were… CONTINUE READING
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