Lipid storage disorder

What is Lipid storage disorder?

Lipid storage disorders (or lipidoses) are a group of inherited metabolic disorders in which harmful amounts of lipids (fats) accumulate in some of the body’s cells and tissues.

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how liver enlargement happen?what is fatty liver

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fatty liver also known as fatty liver disease is due to deposition of fat in the liver .very common in chronic...

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hey I am a physiotherapist and i have come across with a 5 years old child suffering from leukodystrophy of unknown type.he is completely dependent...

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FROM YOUR NARRATION THIS CHILD IS SUFFERING FROM ADRENOLEUKODYSTROPHY AND IT IS CEREBRAL FORM IT SI X LINK RECESSIVE DISEASE CAUSED BY ACCUMLATION...

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I have several problems, chronic autoimmune, vitamin d deficiency, high cholestorl, low good cholestorl, fatty liver disease low protein, low...

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Hi ,

Thanks for your query.

Pravastatin is usually given in high cholesterol to reduce the complications to the Cardiovascular system.

According...

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