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sialidosis - Medical Definition
Either of two types of mucolipidosis caused by a deficiency of the enzyme neuraminidase (formerly called sialidase) and characterized by myoclonic seizures, cherry-red maculas in the retina with visual impairment, enlarged liver and spleen, and intellectual disability in the more severe type.