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Gaucher's Disease: Neurologic Disorder in Adult Siblings

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Grant support: HD05515 and NS8994, U.S. Public Health Service; and 724, National Multiple Sclerosis Society.

▸Requests for reprints should be addressed to J. D. Miller, M.D., Clover Fork Clinic, Box 187, Evarts, KY 40828.

Cleveland, Ohio, and Waltham, Massachusetts

Ann Intern Med. 1973;78(6):883-887. doi:10.7326/0003-4819-78-6-883
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Two adult siblings with biochemically and histologically documented Gaucher's disease as well as a similar diffuse neurologic disorder are presented. The family history suggests that a third, deceased sibling also had a similar neurologic disorder associated with Gaucher's disease. There have been no previous reports of a similar neurologic disorder in adult-type Gaucher's disease.





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