Oropharyngeal Dysphagia in Infants and Children with Infantile Pompe Disease

@article{Jones2009OropharyngealDI,
  title={Oropharyngeal Dysphagia in Infants and Children with Infantile Pompe Disease},
  author={Harrison N. Jones and Carolyn W. Muller and Min Lin and Suhrad G. Banugaria and Laura Case and Jennifer S. Li and Gwendolyn O’Grady and James H. Heller and Priya Kishnani},
  journal={Dysphagia},
  year={2009},
  volume={25},
  pages={277-283}
}
Pompe disease is a rare genetic progressive neuromuscular disorder. The most severe form, infantile Pompe disease, has historically resulted in early mortality, most commonly due to cardiorespiratory failure. Treatment with enzyme replacement therapy (ERT) using alglucosidase alfa (Myozyme®) has extended the lifespan of individuals with this disease. With the introduction of ERT and the resultant improved survival, dysphagia is being encountered clinically with increasing regularity though… CONTINUE READING

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