Acatalasemia



acatalasemia

acatalasemia a·cat·a·la·se·mi·a (ā-kāt’ə-lā-sē’mē-ə)
n.
Hereditary deficiency of catalase in the blood, often manifested by recurrent infection or ulceration of the gums and related oral structures. Also called acatalasia, Takahara’s disease.

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