What is the treatment and prognosis of Acid maltase deficiency?

There are certain cardiac and respiratory problems which are treated according to the symptoms. There is a physical and occupational therapy which is very beneficial. The temporary improvement occurs due

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What are the signs and symtoms of Achromatopsia?

There are many symptoms which are associated with this disorder. It includes the nystagmus, amblyopia, iris operating abnormalities and hemeralopia along with the achromatopia. There is a 6th syndrome associated

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What is an Achromatopsia?

It is defined as a condition in which there occur five different diseases. It is also known as ACHM. There are certain acquired disorders like color agnosia and cerebral achromatopsia.

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What is the patho physiology of Achromatopsia?

The electro retinography helps to diagnose the hemeralopic aspect of this condition. It is a non invasive technique. The response at the low and medium light levels is normal but

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What is the cause of Achromatopsia?

The acquired achromatopsia is also known as the dyschromatopsia. In this there is an injury to the thalamus of the mid brain and the cerebral cortex. It is referred as

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What is an Acid Maltase Deficiency?

It is defined as a condition in which there occurs a problem in the storage of glycogen. It is also known as the Pompe disease. It is a neuro muscular disorder

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What is the classification of Acid Maltase Deficiency?

This disorder is divided into three forms depending upon the age of onset and the progression of symptoms. This disorder is mainly divided into the infantile and late onset form.

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What is an Acitretine Antenatal Infection?

It is defined as a condition in which there occur a second generation retinoid known as the acitretin. Its mode of administration is oral. It is used in the treatment

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What is an Acute Posterior Multifocal Placoid Pigment Epitheliopathy?

It is defined as a disorder in which there is a chorio retinal disease in which the light colored lesions which are formed in the posterior pole and inside the

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What is an Achromatopsia Incomplete, X-Linked?

It is defined as a condition in which there occurs blue color blindness. It is the inherited form. What are the signs and symtoms of Achromatopsia incomplete, X-linked? It includes

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