The Mucopolysaccharide disease or also known as Hunter Syndrome is an inherited condition and it is a rare inborn of metabolism characterized by inadequate production of an enzyme known as iduronate sulfatase, which is needed to break down complex sugars that produced in the body. This disease usually involves males. And the severe form of the disease starts at the age of 2. You will notice the abnormalities in Hunter syndrome and that includes dwarfism, bone deformities, coarsening of facial features including thickening of the lips, tongue, and nostrils, the enlargement of the liver and spleen, cardiovascular disorders and deafness. And it can lead to premature death in severe cases.There are two forms of Hunter syndrome: 1. A severe
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