Molekulargenetische Diagnostik
Praxis Dr. Mato Nagel

Hyperinsulinämische Hypoglycämie 1

Der angeborene Hyperinsulinismus ist die häufigste Ursache einer anhaltenden Hypoglycämie im Kleinkindesalter. Die Ursache ist eine abnorm hohe Insulinsekretion trotz niedriger Blutglukose. Die gefürchtetste Komplikation sind zerebrale Schäden aufgrund der Hypoglycämie. Der Typ 1 der Erkrankung wird durch Mutationen des ABCC8-Gens hervorgerufen.

Gliederung

Hyperinsulinämische Hypoglycämie
HNF1A
HNF4A
Hyperinsulinämische Hypoglycämie 1
ABCC8
Hyperinsulinämische Hypoglycämie 2
Hyperinsulinämische Hypoglycämie 3
Hyperinsulinämische Hypoglycämie 4
Hyperinsulinämische Hypoglycämie 5
Hyperinsulinämische Hypoglycämie 6
Hyperinsulinämische Hypoglycämie 7

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