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Phosphoglucomutase deficiency type 1: A rare genetic disorder where the deficiency of a chemical called phosphoglucomutase-1 results in problems with glycogen storage within the body. The main symptoms tend to revolve around muscle problems. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Phosphoglucomutase deficiency type 1 is available below.
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