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Glycogen storage diseases

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The main sites of glycogen synthesis are in the liver and muscle. Glycogen storage diseases result in:

  • an abnormal structured glycogen, or
  • an increased concentration of glycogen

They are all autosomal recessive in inheritance, and all, except McArdle's, present in infancy.

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