Medical Definition of Cerebral sphingolipidosis

1. Any one of a group of inherited diseases characterised by failure to thrive, hypertonicity, progressive spastic paralysis, loss of vision and occurrence of blindness, usually with macular degeneration and optic atrophy, convulsions, and mental deterioration; associated with abnormal storage of sphingomyelin and related lipids in the brain. Four types are recognised as clinically and enzymatically distinct: 1) infantile type (Tay-Sachs disease, GM2 gangliosidosis) due to a deficiency of hexosaminidase A; 2) early juvenile type (Jansky-Bielschowsky or Bielschowsky's disease); 3) late juvenile type (Spielmeyer-Vogt disease; Spielmeyer-Sjogren disease; Batten-Mayou disease; ceroid lipofuscinosis); and 4) adult type (Kufs disease). Synonym: cerebral lipidosis. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cerebral Sphingolipidosis

cerebral localization
cerebral localizations
cerebral malaria
cerebral mantle
cerebral oedema
cerebral oximetry
cerebral palsy
cerebral part of arachnoid
cerebral part of dura mater
cerebral part of internal carotid artery
cerebral peduncle
cerebral porosis
cerebral revascularization
cerebral rheumatism
cerebral sinuses
cerebral sphingolipidosis (current term)
cerebral sulci
cerebral surface
cerebral tetanus
cerebral thrombosis
cerebral trigone
cerebral tuberculosis
cerebral vein
cerebral veins
cerebral ventricle neoplasms
cerebral ventricles
cerebral ventriculography
cerebral vesicle
cerebral vomiting

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