Rare Disease Report

When to Suspect LAL Deficiency in Children

JUNE 14, 2015



Eliot Brinton, MD, FAHA,FNLA, ABCL, director of the Utah Lipid Center in Salt Lake City, Utah lists the three signs that may indicate a child has lysosomal acid lipase (LAL) deficiency.

LAL deficiency is a rare, progressive, disease that is most often diagnosed in childhood and is due to patients having an ineffective LAL.

To learn more about diagnosis and testing of LAL deficiency, visit www.laldsource.com/

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