Gaucher

Gauch·er

(gō-shā'),
Philippe C.E., French physician, 1854-1918. See: Gaucher cells, Gaucher disease, pseudo-Gaucher cell.
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We expect to exit this year with three gene therapy programs in clinical trials - for Fabry, Gaucher and cystinosis," commented CEO Geoff MacKay.
M2 PHARMA-November 28, 2018-Orphazyme announces publication of manuscript on preclinical Proof-of-Concept of arimoclomol in Gaucher disease in EBioMedicine journal
M2 EQUITYBITES-November 28, 2018-Orphazyme announces publication of manuscript on preclinical Proof-of-Concept of arimoclomol in Gaucher disease in EBioMedicine journal
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NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-June 22, 2018-Orphazyme enrols first patient in phase II clinical trial for Gaucher disease
There are around 7000 rare diseases but patients suffering from a particular segment of rare diseases called Lysosomal Storage Disorders (LSDs) like MPS (type I, II, III, IV & VI), Gaucher, Pompe, Fabry, etc.
Although Gaucher disease generally presents with massive splenomegaly, which one of the predisposing causes of a wandering spleen, literature shows only one report of a wandering spleen in a child with Gaucher disease.
(Bone impairment in patients with Gaucher disease diagnosis).
Mesenteric lymphadenopathy is a rare manifestation of Gaucher disease (GD) with only 26 cases reported worldwide and its outcome remains largely unknown.