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Polyglucosan body disease, intramuscular nerve twig, H&E stained x 400

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Polyglucosan body disease, intramuscular nerve twig, H&E stained x 400
Although rare, small polyglucosan bodies may be encountered in peripheral nerves within normal asymptomatic patients, multiple, large polyglucosan bodies are considered indicative of polyglucosan body disease, a multisystem disorder probably related to type IV glycogen storage disease (Andersen disease, brancher enzyme deficiency)



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