Hypervolemia

What is Hypervolemia? Hypervolemia is a condition characterized by an increase in total blood volume and usually a change in Ht. There are normocythemic, oligocytemic and polycythemic hypervolemia. Causes of Hypervolemia Normocythemic hypervolemia (simple) –

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Fabry Disease

What is Fabry Disease? Fabry disease (diffuse universal angiokeratoma, hereditary dystonic lipidosis) is a congenital disease characterized by a hereditary deficiency of the alpha-G4-galactosidase enzyme, resulting in the accumulation of glycolipids (ceramide) in the cytoplasm

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