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Glycogen storage disease type 13
Other Names for this Disease
- Enolase 3 deficiency
- Enolase-beta deficiency
- Glycogen storage disease 13
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Glycogen storage disease type 13 causes muscle pain (myalgia). Individuals with GSD13 also experience exercise intolerance, which means they have difficulty exercising because they may have muscle weakness and tire easily.
Last updated: 6/24/2012
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