Gaucher's disease

What is Gaucher's disease?

A genetic disease in which there is recessive mutation of chromosome 1 that leads to accumulation of lipids and fats in cells. This results in enlarged spleen, liver and kidney along with skeletal deformity.

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I was told today the results of tests that I have a enlarged spleen. I have been feel some strange feelings since last Monday First very tired and...

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Having a larger than normal spleen (splenomegaly) and presenting with symptoms such as malaise, fatigue, visual...

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My son was recently diagnosed with AVN of the elbow after traumatic injury to his elbow - articular capitellum and trochlea. I was wondering if the...

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My daughter is 11yr old for 3 1/2 yrs she has had bouts of enlarged spleen low WBC and HGB followed with fatigue, weight loss. And pain in upper...

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from the description of your childs symptoms she could be suffering from a blood disorder,
these include,
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