Fanconi's syndrome

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Fanconi's syndrome

[′fäŋ·kō·nēz ′sin‚drōm]
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The Fanconi syndrome and mechanisms of tubular transport dysfunction.
Tenofovir-induced Fanconi syndrome in chronic hepatitis B monoinfected patients that reverted after tenofovir withdrawal.
Out of the blue, we have started to see Fanconi Syndrome occurring in dogs.
ADRs like Fanconi syndrome and Muscle weakness were not reported when compared to a similar study conducted by Shubhanker Mitra et al.
The other 2 patterns of proximal tubular damage are characteristically seen in patients with clinical Fanconi syndrome exhibiting type II renal tubular acidosis, phosphaturia, hyperuricemia, aminoaciduria, and glycosuria without hyperglycemia (those associated with cytoplasmic inclusions in proximal tubular cells and those with constipated lysosomes).
Acquired causes such as heavy metal poisoning or acquired Fanconi syndrome will have findings of renal tubular damage (1, 2).
A case report from 1996 linked a daily intake of 3000mg lysine over five years to Fanconi syndrome which progressed to end stage renal failure.
She had a picture of proximal tubular dysfunction, likely due to either acute tubular necrosis secondary to prerenal azotemia or congenital Fanconi syndrome.
All of these treats have been associated with a type of kidney failure in dogs called acquired Fanconi syndrome.
1956) A case of congenital cirrhosis of the liver with renal tubular defects akin to those in the Fanconi syndrome.
Case report: Fanconi syndrome associated with toxicity by tenofovir
Zaid has been diagnosed with Tyrosinemia type I with liver cirrhosis and improved renal fanconi syndrome with rickets.

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