Diagnosing MPS I

MPS I is a progressive disease. Early diagnosis of MPS I can provide access to disease management.

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In MPS I, glycosaminoglycan (GAG)-engorged cells accumulate and displace healthy normal cells in tissue and organs such as the liver and spleen, causing a host of signs, including skeletal deformities, coarse facial features, and an enlarged liver and spleen.