metabolic disorder


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metabolic disorder

any pathophysiological dysfunction that results in a loss of metabolic control of homeostasis in the body.
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Conclusion: Metabolic disorders were the most common cause of liver disorders.
A very few hospitals in India have been doing Newborn Screening for metabolic disorders.
She suffers from a debilitating metabolic disorder called mucopolysaccharidosis.
An abnormal screening result for metabolic disorders requires follow-up, diagnosis, and management.
Prof Fleming said 15-day-old Jamie was at the "peak age" for a metabolic disorder, a flaw in the body's chemical processes.
The most likely explanation is that these children died as a consequence of a metabolic disorder.
Assuming that a child with an untreated metabolic disorder associated with MR will develop MR, CDC and the Emory University School of Medicine estimated the expected number of children with MR attributable to these disorders in the metropolitan Atlanta area (Table 1) (1,7).
Reye's syndrome is now so rare that children suspected of having it should undergo extensive screening to rule out inborn metabolic disorders, said Dr.
The studies provide proof-of-concept for die therapeutic potential of these newly identified BADSCs in the treatment of metabolic disorders such as diabetes.
GBI Research, the leading business intelligence provider, has released its latest research, Metabolic Disorders Therapeutics Market to 2017 - Patent Expiry of Lipitor in 2011 will Negatively Impact Dyslipidemia Market Value, which provides insights into metabolic disease therapeutics until 2017.
This research indicates that the metabolic disorder therapeutics market has a moderately active mergers and acquisition (M&A) landscape.
com) is pleased to announce that a new clinic is now offering its patented treatment for metabolic disorders in Layton, Utah, north of Salt Lake City.