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Senior-Loken-Syndrom

Senior-Loken-Syndrom ist eine autosomal rezessive Erkrankung mit Nephronophthiese und einer Leberschen Amaurose. Verschiedene Unterformen werden entsprechend der ursächlichen Gene unterschieden.

Symptome

Retinadystrophie
Die Lebersche kongenitale Amaurose ist ein typisches Symptom des Senior-Loken-Syndroms.

Gliederung

Komplex medullärer Zystennierenerkrankungen
Medulläre Nierenzysten
Nephronophthise
Senior-Loken-Syndrom
Senior-Loken-Syndrom 1
NPHP1
Senior-Loken-Syndrom 3
NPHP3
Senior-Loken-Syndrom 4
NPHP4
Senior-Loken-Syndrom 5
IQCB1
Senior-Loken-Syndrom 6
CEP290
Senior-Loken-Syndrom 7
SDCCAG8
Senior-Loken-Syndrom 8
WDR19
Senior-Loken-Syndrom 9
TRAF3IP1
Ziliopathie

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Update: 14. August 2020
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