It is possible that the main title of the report Glutaricaciduria II is not the name you anticipated. Please check the basic synonyms listing to find the alternating name(s) and condition neighborhood(s) covered by this report.
- GA II
- Glutaric Acidemia II
- Glutaric Aciduria II
- Glutaricacidemia II
- Several Acyl-Co-A Dehydrogenation Shortage
- Electron Transfer Flavoprotein: Ubiquinone Oxidoreductase, Shortage of
- Electron Transfer Flavoprotein, Shortage of
Glutaricaciduria II is among the conditions described organic acidemias. Individuals with these problems have a deficiency or absence of an enzyme that prevents them from damaging down certain chenicals in the body, resulting the build-up of a number of organic acids in the blood and also pee. 2 enzymes that may lack glutaricaciduria II are electron transfer flavoprotein (ETF) and ETF-ubiquinone oxidoreductase (ETF: QO). A full enzyme shortage causes a severe kind of the problem labelled neonatal glutaricaciduria ll that is related to a short life expectancy as well as, often, with certain physical abnormality. The much less serious form of the disorder is labelled late start glutaricaciduria ll as well as has an extremely variable age of onset. Signs and symptoms consist of nausea, throwing up, weakness and low blood glucose (hypoglycemia). Glutaricaciduria II is inherited as an autosomal recessive genetic disorder.