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Do people with tay-sachs disease look different than us normal people?

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Dr. Joseph Woods answered

Specializes in Pathology

No.: Without molecular diagnostic methods, only the cherry red spot, provides a definitive diagnostic sign. They don't even have liver and spleen enlargement.

Answered 5/13/2012



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