Tay-Sachs Disease, Literature Review and Case Study, Spring 2015
The purpose of the case study is to investigate the case study of a patient with Tay - Sachs disease (TSD). Diagnosis of this disease is often first possible by signs referred to as “cherry-red” spots seen with eye examinations. The patient was able to be diagnosed early due to the Doctor’s examination of these cherry-red spots. Developing more information on this disorder will allow for comparisons to be made between diagnosed patients, and hopefully provide a greater insight to the disorder.
|Tay-Sachs Disease, Literature Review and Case Study, Spring 2015
|Attribution 3.0 United States
|April 30, 2015
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