Diagnosis and Testing

Is there more than one type of test for Alpha-mannosidosis?

Looking at the levels of the enzyme alpha-mannosidase in the blood or skin cells can determine if someone may have Mucopolysaccharidosis Type VI. Another way to test for Alpha-mannosidosis is by doing a genetic test that looks for specific changes in the MAN2B1 gene in the blood.

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