Fanconi's syndrome

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Fanconi's syndrome

[′fäŋ·kō·nēz ′sin‚drōm]
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The initial symptoms of Fanconi syndrome are nonspecific and easy to miss, so you need to be alert for:
Notably, we first report a LS patient genetically with A3243G mutation but showing gastrointestinal tract trouble as initial manifestation, who was later diagnosed with Fanconi syndrome. In addition, we found extra-nervous system changes in LS patients, including AV block, left ventricular noncompaction, preexcitation syndrome, and diabetes in our study.
The Fanconi syndrome and mechanisms of tubular transport dysfunction.
Out of the blue, we have started to see Fanconi Syndrome occurring in dogs.
We present here the first case of an early-onset renal injury, consistent with Fanconi Syndrome, during TDFtherapy in a child treated for acute hepatitis B.
Patients with immune-mediated nephritis present with some combination of the following laboratory findings: increased plasma creatinine, eosinophilia/eosinophiluria, characteristic urine sediment, and variable degree of proteinuria and rarely with evidence of tubulointerstitial damage such as Fanconi syndrome and renal tubular acidosis (RTA) [12].
Aminoglycoside antibiotics have also been implicated in the precipitation of renal Fanconi syndrome and distal renal tubular acidosis [4-6].
Wang, "Fanconi syndrome due to prolonged use of low-dose adefovir," Journal of Research in Medical Sciences, vol.
(4) This was a case series of three patients who developed reversible Fanconi syndrome linked to using an expired tetracycline preparation.
There is strong evidence linking the consumption of jerky dog treats to a kidney condition known as Fanconi Syndrome.
One possible explanation for the positive association between U or As with 1,25[(OH).sub.2]D is that these trace elements may induce a subclinical Fanconi syndrome. Fanconi syndrome is characterized by damage to the renal proximal tubule that results in increased urinary excretion of various minerals including phosphorus, and may result in higher 1,25[(OH).sub.2]D (Tieder et al.

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