cholesteryl ester storage disease

cholesteryl ester storage disease
(CESD) a relatively mild lysosomal storage disease caused by deficiency of the lysosomal sterol esterase; hepatomegaly may be the only clinical abnormality; hyperbetalipoproteinemia is common, and there is often severe premature atherosclerosis; patients may survive past 40.

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