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Niemann-Pick disease

[ nee-muhn-pikdi-zeez ]
/ ˈni mənˈpɪk dɪˈziz /
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noun Pathology.
a rare, hereditary lipid-storage disease, occurring primarily among Ashkenazic Jews, in which abnormal lipid metabolism results in enlargement of the liver, spleen, and lymph nodes, and in progressive mental and physical deterioration.
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Origin of Niemann-Pick disease

Described independently by German physicians Albert Niemann (1880–1921) in 1914 and Ludwig Pick (1868–1944) in 1926

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