Fabry Disease Treatments
There is no cure for Fabry disease. Recombinant alpha-galactosidase A (alpha-Gal A), the enzyme that is deficient in patients with Fabry disease, and migalastat hydrochloride, an oral pharmacologic chaperone that facilitates trafficking of alpha-Gal A to lysosomes, are therapeutic options for eligible individuals.Sep 5, 2019
How do you manage Fabry disease?
Why can’t Fabry be cured?
Can you live a normal life with Fabry disease?
How long can you live with Fabry disease?
What does Fabry disease do to a person?
What kind of doctor treats Fabry disease?
What does Fabry disease feel like?
What age does Fabry disease start?
Does Fabry disease make you fat?
Can Fabry disease be cured?
How does Fabry disease affect the brain?
Can people with Fabry disease have children?
Is Fabry disease fatal?
Is Fabry an autoimmune disease?
What is the long term outlook for a child with Fabry disease?
Can Fabry cause hair loss?
Androgenetic Alopecia in Fabry Disease.
|Official Title:||Androgenetic Alopecia in Fabry Disease|
|Study Start Date :||December 2010|
How is Fabry passed?
What is Fabry disease symptoms in females?
Is Fabry disease painful?
What is a Fabry test?
For males, a blood test measures the level of alpha-GAL enzyme. If the alpha-GAL enzyme assay (“assay” is another word for “test”) shows low enzyme activity, then the person has Fabry disease. For females, a DNA test is required.
How is Fabry disease diagnosed?
Is Fabry disease a disability?
How does Fabry disease affect the heart?
Does Fabry disease affect the liver?
What foods should be avoided with Fabry?
Avoid your trigger foods.
- High-fat food.
- Spicy food.
What other names are there for Fabry disease?
- Alpha-galactosidase A deficiency.
- Anderson-Fabry disease.
- Angiokeratoma corporis diffusum.
- Angiokeratoma diffuse.
- Ceramide trihexosidase deficiency.
- Fabry’s disease.
- GLA deficiency.
- Hereditary dystopic lipidosis.
How does Fabry disease affect the kidneys?
Can females have Fabry disease?
What is Fabry fog?
Is Fabry disease always inherited?
Are there prenatal tests for Fabry disease?
Does Fabry disease run in families?
What nationality is Fabry?
What percentage of adults with Fabry disease have evidence of heart disease?
Does Fabry disease cause diarrhea?
How is Shay disease?
What are dietary considerations?
Is globotriaosylceramide a fat?
How much sodium can you have on the DASH diet?
What are the first signs of kidney problems?
- Decreased urine output, although occasionally urine output remains normal.
- Fluid retention, causing swelling in your legs, ankles or feet.
- Shortness of breath.
- Irregular heartbeat.