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Aldolase A deficiency

Aldolase A deficiency
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ICD-10 OMIM DiseasesDB 29873

Aldolase A deficiency, also called ALDOA deficiency and red cell aldolase deficiency,[1] is an autosomal recessive[2] metabolic disorder resulting in a deficiency of the enzyme aldolase A, which is found predominantly in muscle and red blood cells. It may lead to myopathy, exercise intolerance and rhabdomyolysis associated with hemolytic anaemia.


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