Amylopectinosis



amylopectinosis

amylopectinosis am·y·lo·pec·ti·no·sis (ām’ə-lō-pěk’tə-nō’sĭs)
n.
Glycogenosis due to an enzyme deficiency that causes abnormal glycogen to be stored in the liver, kidney, heart, muscle, and recticuloendothelial system.

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