Atypical hemolytic uremic syndrome induced by CblC subtype of methylmalonic academia: A case report and literature review.

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diabetic ketoacidosis 1 endocrinologydiseases
methylmalonic acidemia 2 endocrinologydiseases
diabetes mellitus 1 endocrinologydiseases

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diabetes mellitus 12123 pathophysiology.[[3],[6],[7]] So far, only a few cases of HUS have been triggered by a metabolic disease, such as diabetes mellitus [[8],[9]] and metabolic disorder of cobalamin.[[10],[11]] Recently, Adrovic et al described a case of
diabetic ketoacidosis 15048 damage,[[15]–[17]] but some of them may first onset with unusual presentations, such as mimicking diabetic ketoacidosis ,[[18]] late-onset diffuse lung disease,[[19]] and Juvenile gout.[[20]] For this girl, although the brain
methylmalonic acidemia 1576 heterozygous MMACHC mutation (exonl: c. 80A >G, c. 609G >A). The final diagnosis was aHUS induced by inherited methylmalonic acidemia (MMACHC heterozygous mutation exonl: c. 80A >G, c. 609G >A).Interventions:The patient was treated with
methylmalonic acidemia 9544 heterozygous MMACHC mutation (exonl: c. 80A >G, c. 609G>A) (Fig. 3). So the diagnosis of inherited methylmalonic acidemia (MMACHC heterozygous mutation exonl: c. 80A >G, c. 609G >A) had been established.Figure 3The MMACHC

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