Mauriac syndrome


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Mauriac syndrome

[′mȯ·rē·ak ‚sin‚drōm]
(medicine)
A complex of symptoms associated with diabetes mellitus in children including retarded growth, obesity, and enlargement of the liver, probably related to inadequate control of the condition.
References in periodicals archive ?
Hadzic, "Hepatopathy of Mauriac syndrome: a retrospective review from a tertiary liver centre," Archives of Disease in Childhood, vol.
Alvarez, "A Rare Case of Persistent Lactic Acidosis in the ICU: Glycogenic Hepatopathy and Mauriac Syndrome," CaseReports in Critical Care, vol.
We diagnosed the patient as Mauriac syndrome with the findings of growth retardation, poorly controlled diabetes, hepatomegaly, and hepatic glycogenosis.
Mauriac Syndrome is a well-known but nowadays uncommon condition that presents with growth retardation secondary to poor glycaemic control.