Forbes disease


Forbes disease
(forbz) [Gilbert Burnett Forbes, American pediatrician, 1915–2003] glycogen storage disease, type III; see under disease.

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  • Forbes' disease — ▪ pathology also called  Cori s disease , or  glycogenosis type III        rare hereditary disease in which the the metabolic breakdown of glycogen to the simple sugar glucose is incomplete, allowing intermediate compounds to accumulate in the… …   Universalium

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