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Female carrier ALD

Female carrier ALD: Introduction

A X-linked disorder that is passed on by female carriers and only manifests itself in males. ALD is an abbreviation for adrenoleukodystrophy which is a rare progressive genetic disease affecting the adrenal glands. The disease causes demyelation of the white matter of the brain. ...more »

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