Due to the complicated inheritance pattern, the exact incidence of Fabry disease is unknown, but is thought to be about one in every 40 000 live births. All races have reported the condition amongst their populations, with the exception of the American Indians. The disease usually only affects boys; reports of symptoms in carrier girls are very rare.
KeywordsEnzyme Replacement Therapy Fabry Disease Cerebral Blood Vessel Exact Incidence Genital Region
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