What is Mourqio Syndrome and Treatments
Mourqio Syndrome is a disease where metabolism is missing or there isn't enough to break down long chains of sugar or sugar molecules. There is no specific treatment for Mourqio Syndrome, researches are currently a possible treatment involving enzyme replacement.
Symptomes, Causes and Chances
Some symptoms of Mourquio Syndrome are abnormal development of the bones including the spine, bell shaped chest with ribs flared out at the bottom, coarse facial features, hypermobile joints, knock knees, large head, widely spaced and a short stature with a particularly short trunk. Mourquio syndrome is a birth defect so the chances are 1 in 200,000,000 so it is very unlikely. If both parents carry this gene there is a chance the child will get Mourquio syndrome