What are the complications of Gaucher's disease?

Organ damage. GD is treatable if diagnosed early and enzyme replacement started. Specific enzyme deficiency cause organs damage due to abnormal accumulation of unrecycled compounds called glycolipids. The spleen, liver, bones, bone marrow, skin, lungs and growth/dev , and in some subclass of GD, the CNS are affected. Increased risk of malignancy. Manifestations and severity vary. Consult with a geneticist pls.