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Nephrolithiasis-Diarrhoe-Syndrom

Diese bisher noch wenig charakterisierte Erkrankung ist durch eine rezidivierende Nephrolithiasis und begleitende chronmische Diarrhoe gekennzeichnet. Uasgelöst werden könnte sie durch Mutationen des SLC26A6-Gens.

Gliederung

Hereditäre Urolithiasis
Cystinurie
Dicarboxyl-Aminoazidurie
Dihydroxyadenin-Urolithiasis
Nephrocalcinose
Nephrolithiasis-Diarrhoe-Syndrom
SLC26A6
Prädisposition zur Urolithiasis
Uratnephropathie

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Suzuki Y et al. (2008) Gain-of-function haplotype in the epithelial calcium channel TRPV6 is a risk factor for renal calcium stone formation.

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Smith LH et al. (1974) Acquired hyperoxaluria, urolithiasis, and intestinal disease: a new digestive disorder?

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OMIM.ORG article

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