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Figure 1 | Orphanet Journal of Rare Diseases

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From: Fabry disease

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Angiokeratoma: the angiokeratoma are small, raised, dark-red spots that increase in number and size with age and can occur singly or in clusters. They are typically found on the lower back (A), buttocks (C), groin, flanks (D) and upper thighs but their distribution may be restricted to a limited area, such as the umbilicus (B).

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