hepatic glycogenosis


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hepatic glycogenosis

(1) Glycogen storage disease Ia, OMIM:232200. 
(2) Glycogen storage disease II, OMIM:232300.
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Although hepatic glycogenosis is common in this population, hepatomegaly or elevated transaminase are more often attributed to steatosis than to glycogen excess, and so as glycogenosis may be considered a rare cause of these findings.
We present a case clinically suggesting hepatic glycogenosis that led to symptomatic hepatomegaly and markedly elevated serum aminotransferases in patient with type 1 diabetes mellitus.
1998, 1999) reported that focal overexpression of IR substrate 1, a multisite docking protein occupying a central position in signaling cascades stimulated by a number of growth factors, including insulin, is an early event in hepatocarcinogenesis closely correlated with preneoplastic hepatic glycogenosis.