Fabry's Disease Underlying Cause
Fabry's disease is an inherited disorder: the body does not make an enzyme that is needed to break down a substance that is produced inside blood vessel cells. The substance accumulates inside the cells and becomes toxic to the cells, damaging the blood vessels.
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