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Fabry disease (Fabry's disease, alpha-galactosidase-A) is a genetic disorder with symptoms such as

  • burning sensations in the hands,
  • small-raised reddish-purplish blemishes on the skin,
  • fever,
  • decreases sweating, and
  • gastrointestinal (GI) difficulties.

Fabry disease patients are at increased risk of heart attack, heart disease, kidney failure, and stroke. Symptoms of Fabry disease can be treated with medication.

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Terms related to Fabry's Disease:

  • Alpha-galactosidase Deficiency