Anderson's disease

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Anderson disease

Anderson's disease

Anderson disease

Anderson-Fabry disease

Anderson-Fabry disease

Cardiomyocyte disintegration during Anderson–Fabry's disease

Gadolinium enhanced cardiovascular magnetic resonance in Anderson-Fabry disease1 Evidence for a disease specific abnormality of the myocardial interstitium

New developments in the management of Anderson‐Fabry disease

Anderson-Fabry disease: long-term echocardiographic follow-up under enzyme replacement therapy

Incidence and predictors of anti-bradycardia pacing in patients with Anderson-Fabry disease

Cardiac manifestations of Anderson–Fabry disease: results from the international Fabry outcome survey

Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy and Anderson–Fabry disease: unravelling septal hypertrophy with T1-mapping CMR

Targeted urine microscopy in Anderson-Fabry Disease: a cheap, sensitive and specific diagnostic technique

Enzyme replacement therapy in Anderson–Fabry's disease: beneficial clinical effect on vital organ function

Normal left-atrial structure and function despite concentric left-ventricular remodelling in a cohort of patients with Anderson–Fabry disease

Coronary microvascular dysfunction is an early feature of cardiac involvement in patients with Anderson–Fabry disease

James Olson, Making Cancer History: Disease and Discovery at the University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center

Aimee K. Zaas, Deverick J. Anderson, Kimberly E. Hansonw, Elizabeth S. Dodds Ashley, Estée Török, Ed Moran and Fiona J. Cooke. Oxford American Handbook of Infectious diseases.


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A disorder of severe fat malabsorption causing failure to thrive in infancy. There is deficiency of fat-soluble vitamins, low blood cholesterol levels, and a selective absence of chylomicrons from blood. Like chylomicron retention disease, it is caused by mutation in the gene for sar1B. Compare Andersen's syndrome.

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