Lysosomal storage diseases in non-immune hydrops fetalis pregnancies.

@article{Kooper2006LysosomalSD,
  title={Lysosomal storage diseases in non-immune hydrops fetalis pregnancies.},
  author={A J A Kooper and Pim M. W. Janssens and Akosua N J A de Groot and Maria L F Liebrand-van Sambeek and Catharina J M G van den Berg and Gita M.B. Tan-Sindhunata and Paul P van den Berg and Emilia K. Bijlsma and Arie P. T. Smits and Ron A Wevers},
  journal={Clinica chimica acta; international journal of clinical chemistry},
  year={2006},
  volume={371 1-2},
  pages={176-82}
}
BACKGROUND At least 20 inborn errors of metabolism may cause hydrops fetalis. Most of these are lysosomal storage diseases. The study proposes a diagnostic flowchart for prenatal diagnosis of non-immune hydrops fetalis. METHODS This study contains a series of 75 non-immune hydrops fetalis pregnancies. Mucopolysaccharides, oligosaccharides, neuraminic acid and 21 lysosomal enzymes were measured in amniotic fluid and cultured amniotic cells. RESULTS The study gives reference values for… CONTINUE READING

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