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World J Hepatol. Oct 27, 2022; 14(10): 1844-1861
Published online Oct 27, 2022. doi: 10.4254/wjh.v14.i10.1844
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Figure 1 Pathogenesis of Gaucher disease. GD: Gaucher disease.
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Figure 2 Histology of Gaucher disease. Red arrow shows Gaucher cells.
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Figure 3 Pathogenesis of Niemann-Pick disease types A, B, and C. NPD: Niemann-Pick disease.
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Figure 4 Fundus examination showing a cherry red spot (red arrow) with a background of white retina.
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Figure 5 Histology in Niemann-Pick disease type B. Red arrow shows a foamy vacuolated histiocyte.
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Figure 6 Infant with Niemann-Pick disease type C presenting as cholestasis, dilated abdominal veins, and massive hepatosplenomegaly.
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Figure 7 Pathogenesis of lysosomal acid lipase deficiency. CESD: Cholesteryl ester storage disease; VLDL: Very low-density lipoproteins.
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Figure 8 Computed tomography of the abdomen in an infant with Wolman disease showing bilateral adrenal calcifications.