Morquio

Mor·qui·o

(mōr'kyō),
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Cezy Fosca, who lives in Kilkenny, is one of only 10 patients in Ireland with Morquio Syndrome.
in exchange for a voucher awarded when it received approval of Vimizim for patients with the rare disease, Mucopolysaccharidosis type IVA, also known as Morquio A syndrome.
It costs [euro]400,000 a year for Vimizim which helps young Cezara Focsa cope with her rare genetic condition Morquio - but surely a price can't be put on a human life?
As reported in The Gazette over the years, Daniel was born with Morquio Syndrome - a form of dwarfism, which prevents his skeleton from growing as fast as his internal organs.
29] Arredondo MF, Blasina F, Echeverri C, Morquio A, Ferreira M, Abin-Carriquiry JA, Lafon L, Dajas F.
Tanto Morquio como el pediatra chileno Eugenio Cienfuegos afirmaron la importancia del sostenimiento del lazo biologico que unia al nino con su madre (21).
Sultan, who has Morquio Syndrome, hailed his arrival as "epic" and "every bit as good as I imagined it would be" after turning up in the ambulance, crewed by Jon Mannion and Neil Hadley.
The teenager has Morquio Syndrome, which affects his growth and causes progressive impairment throughout the body.
Resulta preciso destacar la labor realizada por el profesor Luis Morquio, creador en 1924 del Instituto Internacional Americano de Proteccion a la Infancia, con sede en Montevideo (Uruguay).
And this time, it's Dom, who has muscular dystrophy and Enola, who has a growth restrictive condition called Morquio Syndrome, who prepare to find their one true pup.
And this time it's Dom, who has muscular dystrophy, and Enola, who has a growthrestricting condition called Morquio syndrome, who prepare to find their one true pup.