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Sweeley-Klionsky disease

Introduction: Sweeley-Klionsky disease

Description of Sweeley-Klionsky disease

Sweeley-Klionsky disease: An inherited metabolic disorder where phospholipids are deposited mostly in the blood vessels but also in other tissues and organs. Symptoms include skin lesions, small red spots on the abdomen, thighs and scrotum, fever, peripheral edema, hypertension and renal failure. Also called Fabry's disease, Anderson's syndrome, Anderson-Fabry disease, Morbus Anderson-Fabry, Ruiter-Pompen syndrome or angiokeratoma corporis diffusion.

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