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What is galactosemia?

Galactosemia is a rare genetic metabolic disorder, in which an individual (usually an infant) lacks the enzyme GALT, which breaks down the sugar galactose in the body. Since g (MORE)

What is a prognosis?

A prognosis is the projected course a disease will take. This can only be done after a diagnosis is made of a particular condition. For a person diagnosed with cancer, the p (MORE)

What does Galactosemia do?

Galactosemia is an enzyme deficiency that can severely affect newborns. Classic Galactosemia is a rare genetic metabolic disorder. The child with classic galactosemia inheri (MORE)

What causes Galactosemia?

Galactosemia is a very rare disease that is received through a recessive trait. It is hardly diagnosed but can also be very easily confused with lactose intolerance. Though (MORE)

What are the symptoms of galactosemia?

galactosemia is a rare congenital disease in infants, inherited as an autosomal recessive disorder. here galactose metabolism is impaired leading to increased galactose levels (MORE)