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Autoimmune Polyendokrinopathie

Unter Autoimmunpolyendokrinopathie werden endokrinologische Erkrankungen zusammengefasst, die gleichzeitig mehrere Hormonsysteme betreffen können. Bei der Pathogenese spielen Autoimmunphänomene eine Rolle.

Einteilung

Das Autoimmun-Polyendokrinopathie-Syndrom lässt sich in 4 Typen unterteilen:

Typ 1 Chronische Candidiasis, Hypoparathyreoidismus, und autoimmun adrenale Insuffizienz (Morbus Addison) (mind. 2 vorhanden.)

Typ 2 Autoimmune adrenale Insuffizienz (Morbus Addison) und autoimmun Thyreoiditis oder Type 1 Diabetes (Mb Addison muss immer vorhanden sein.)

Typ 3 Autoimmun Thyroiditis und eine andere Autoimmunerkrankung aber kein Mb Addison.

Typ 4 Zwei oder mehr organspezifische Autoimmunerkrankungen, die nicht in die Gruppen 1-3 fallen.

Gliederung

Erbliche endokrinologische Erkrankungen
Autoimmune Polyendokrinopathie
Autoimmun-Polyendocrinopathie-Syndrom 1
AIRE
Autoimmun-Polyendocrinopathie-Syndrom 2
Autoimmun-Polyendocrinopathie-Syndrom 3
Autoimmun-Polyendocrinopathie-Syndrom 4
X-chromosomale Immundysregulation, Polyendokrinopathie und Enteropathie
FOXP3
Erbliche Erkrankungen der Hypophyse
Erkrankungen der Nebenschilddrüse
Genetische Erkrankungen der Hypophyse
Genetische Erkrankungen der Nebenniere
Hereditärer Diabetes insipidus
Multiple endokrine Neoplasie 1
Nierenerkrankungen mit endokrinologischer Manifestation
Störungen der Regulation des Wachstums
Störungen der Sexualentwicklung
Störungen des Schilddrüsenhormonsystems

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