Ultrastructure and Peroxidase of Leucocytes in Five Patients with Juvenile form of Ceroid Lipofuscinoses
In the past decade several advances have been made regarding the nature of diseases formerly known as amaurotic familial idiocies (API). This group was characterized clinically by cerebroretinal degenerations and morphologically by the accumulation of heterogeneous substances, all believed to have some lipid component.
KeywordsFingerprint Image Juvenile Form Batten Disease Juvenile Type Peripheral Leucocyte
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