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Crabbe's disease

Krabbe disease is also called Krabbe disease. According to its clinical characteristics, it is also known as familial diffuse sclerosis in infants. Klebsiella disease is an autosomal recessive metabolic disease, and the mutant gene is located at 14P. Gene defects in KRAB's disease cause galactose cerebroside- β- Galactosidase deficiency is a genetic metabolic disease mainly involving brain white matter. The prognosis of this disease is very poor. Infantile patients often die within 1 year old. Late onset patients can survive to about 10 years old.

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