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Mitochondrialer Diabetes mellitus

Der mitochondrialer Diabetes mellitus beruht auf Mutationen von Genen, die mit den Mitochondrien übertragen werden. Deshalb erfolgt die Vererbung nur über die Mütterliche Linie. Die Ausprägung der Erkrankung ist recht unterschiedlich da sie von dem zufälligen Anteil veränderter Mitochondrien abhängt. In variablem Maße können auch andere Organe betroffen sein.

Gliederung

Diabetes mellitus
Diabetische Nephropathie
Diabetische Retinopathie
Erbliche Diabetesneigung
Gestationsdiabetes
Insulinresistenz
MODY Diabetes
Mitochondrialer Diabetes mellitus
TRNE
TRNK
TRNL1
TRNS2
Neonataler Diabetes mellitus
Nichtinsulinabhängiger Diabetes mellitus 1
Pankreopriver Diabetes mellitus
Schwere Fettsucht mit Typ 2 Diabetes
Suszeptibilität für Typ 1 Diabetes 01

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