- Hurler-Scheie syndrome
Although clinically distinct diseases, fibroblasts from patients with Hurler\'s and with Scheie syndrome do not cross-complement in culture, suggesting that the enzyme defect is the same.
Dictionary of molecular biology. 2004.
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Hurler–Scheie syndrome — (also known as Mucopolysaccharidosis type I H S ) is a cutaneous condition, also characterized by mild mental retardation and corneal clouding. See also Scheie syndrome List of cutaneous conditions References ^ Rapini, Ronald P.; Bolognia,… … Wikipedia
Hurler-Scheie syndrome — Hur·ler Scheie syndrome (hurґlər shaґ) [G. Hurler; Harold G. Scheie, American ophthalmologist, 1909â€“1990] see under syndrome … Medical dictionary
Hurler-Scheie syndrome — one of the three allelic disorders of mucopolysaccharidosis I, with clinical features intermediate between the Hurler and the Scheie syndromes, caused by deficiency of L iduronidase, and specifically characterized by receding chin (micrognathism) … Medical dictionary
Scheie syndrome — shī n an autosomal recessive mucopolysaccharidosis similar to Hurler s syndrome but less severe that is characterized by clouding of the cornea, slight deformity of the extremities, and disease of the aorta but not by mental retardation or early… … Medical dictionary
Scheie syndrome — (also known as MPS V) ) is less severe version of Hurler s disease. It is a condition characterized by corneal clouding, facial dysmorphism, and normal lifespan  but unlike Hurler s, disease has normal intellect and . See also Sanfilippo… … Wikipedia
Scheie syndrome — Mucopolysaccharidosis (lysosomal disease) in which there is a defect in a L iduronidase. Fibroblasts from Scheie syndrome patients do not cross correct fibroblasts from Hurler&’s disease, although the two conditions are clinically distinct … Dictionary of molecular biology
Syndrome de Hurler-Scheie-Hurler/Scheie — Syndrome de Hurler Syndrome de Hurler Autre nom Mucopolysaccharidose de type 1 Référence MIM … Wikipédia en Français
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Hurler syndrome — Classification and external resources ICD 10 E76.0 ICD 9 277.5 … Wikipedia
Hurler syndrome — An inherited error of metabolism in which there is deficiency of the enzyme alpha L iduronidase which normally breaks down molecules called mucopolysaccharides. Without the activity of this enzyme, there is an abnormal accumulation of… … Medical dictionary