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Kongenitale adrenale Hyperplasie bei 17-alpha-Hydroxylase-Mangel

Die kongenitale adrenale Hyperplasie bei kombiniertem 17-alpha-Hydroxylase/17,20-Lyase-Mangel ist eine autosomal rezessive Erkrankung, bei der eine exzessive Corticosteron- und Deoxycorticosteron Synthese zu einer hypokalämischen Alkalose mit Hypertonus führt. Aldosteron ist nicht nachweisbar. Zudem bestehen Abnormalitäten der Genitalentwicklung und Geschlechtsreife.

Gliederung

Störungen des Glucocorticoidhormonsystems
ACTH-unabhängige makronoduläre adrenale Hyperplasie 1
ACTH-unabhängige makronoduläre adrenale Hyperplasie 2
Adrenale Insuffizienz mit Erythrotrichie und Fettsucht aufgrund von POMC-Mangel
Gestörte Steroidsynthese aufgrund eines POR-Mangels
Glukokortikoid-Resistenz
Kongenitale adrenale Hyperplasie bei 17-alpha-Hydroxylase-Mangel
CYP17A1
Störungen des Aldosteronsystems

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None (1970) Male pseudohermaphroditism due to 17 alpha-hydroxylase deficiency.

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None (1969) Congenital adrenal hyperplasia secondary to 17-hydroxylase deficiency. Two sisters with amenorrhea, hypokalemia, hypertension, and cystic ovaries.

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Martin RM et al. (2003) P450c17 deficiency in Brazilian patients: biochemical diagnosis through progesterone levels confirmed by CYP17 genotyping.

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Hershkovitz E et al. (2008) Homozygous mutation G539R in the gene for P450 oxidoreductase in a family previously diagnosed as having 17,20-lyase deficiency.

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Wikipedia Artikel

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