Molekulargenetisches Labor
Zentrum für Nephrologie und Stoffwechsel

Störung der Körperfettverteilung

Die Gruppe der Erkrankungen mit gestörter Fettverteilung umfasst alle Störungen, die das Fettgewebe beeinflussen.

Gliederung

Erbliche Fettstoffwechselerkrankungen
Dyslipidämie
Gestörte Regulatoren des Lipid- und Kohlenhydratstoffwechsels
Hepatischer CPT-Mangel Typ 1A
Meerblaue Histiozytenerkrankung
Statin-Intoleranz
Störung der Körperfettverteilung
Fettleibigkeit
Autosomal dominante Adipositas
MC4R
BMI-beeinflussender genetischer Faktor
Genetischer BMI-Faktor 14
FTO
Frühzeitig einsetzende Adipositas
NR0B2
POMC
Neigung zu Fettleibigkeit
ADRB2
ADRB3
CARTPT
ENPP1
GHRL
PPARGC1B
SDC3
UCP1
Schwere Fettsucht
PPARG
SIM1
Schwere Fettsucht mit Typ 2 Diabetes
UCP3
Spätmanifeste Adipositas
AGRP
Lipodystrophie
Chronische atypische neutrophile Dermatose mit Lipodystrophie und erhöhter Temperatur
PSMA3
PSMB4
PSMB8
PSMB9
PSMG2
Generalisierte Lipodystrophie
Generalisierte Lipodystrophie Typ 1
AGPAT2
Kongenitale progressive Lipodystrophie Typ 2
BSCL2
Partielle Lipodystrophie
Familiäre partielle Lipodystrophie Typ 2
LMNA
Familiäre partielle Lipodystrophie Typ 3
PPARG
Familiäre partielle Lipodystrophie Typ 4
PLIN1
Familiäre partielle Lipodystrophie Typ 5
CIDEC
Vererbte Magersucht
AGRP
Störungen der mRNA-Editiertfunktion
Tangier Erkrankung
Triglyceridspeicherkrankheit
Vermindete Cholesterinsenkung durch Statine

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OMIM.ORG article

Omim 608594 [^]
Update: 9. Mai 2019