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 What does Galactosemia do?

Answer Galactosemia is an enzyme deficiency that can severely affect newborns. Classic Galactosemia is a rare genetic metabolic disorder. The child with classic galactosemia inherits a gene for galactose... Read More »
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Why does congenital galactosemia appear only in infants?

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What is the prognosis of galactosemia?

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What is the generic term for galactosemia?

The croup is not a permanent illness. Sometimes, however, children may get repeated episodes of the croup before they come down with a cold. Children do outgrow the croup, although sometimes they g... Read More »
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What is the medical term meaning galactosemia?

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