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1. A 2-year-old retarded child is evaluated by a metabolic specialist. The child's history is significant for failure to thrive and progressive neurologic deterioration, including deafness and blindness. Physical examination is remarkable for hepatosplenomegaly , as well as a cherry-red spot on funduscopic examination. These symptoms are consistent with a diagnosis of
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