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Hyperoxalurie vom Typ 1

Die autosomal rezessive Erkrankung Oxalose 1 bedeutet Hyperoxalurie, Nephrolithiasis mit Oxalatsteinen und Nephrocalcinose aufgrund von Mutationen des AGXT-Gens.

Management

Neben der bisher einzigen Therapie der kombinierten Leber- und Nierentransplantation existiert die Möglichkeit mit Dequaliniumchlorid (DECA) den normalen Transport von AGT in den Peroxisomen wieder herzustellen.[Error: Macro 'ref' doesn't exist]

Gliederung

Hyperoxalurie
Hyperoxalurie vom Typ 1
AGXT
Hyperoxalurie vom Typ 2
Hyperoxalurie vom Typ 3

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