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654 Possible Causes for Hemochromatosis, Hepatomegaly, Seizure

  • Systemic Lupus Erythematosus

    Other signs are: Pancreatitis, Lupus Enteropathy, Hepatitis and Hepatomegaly 5. Systemic Fever, Malaise/Fatigue, Lymphadenopathy, Weight loss 6.[] Partial or secondarily generalized seizures are most common, but all seizure types have been reported.[] We found that APS was strongly associated with neurological manifestations and in particular with cerebrovascular diseases and seizures.[]

  • Wilson Disease

    She had no hepatomegaly and no splenomegaly. Breast and pubic hair development was concomitant with Tanner stage 4.[] His WD was in a state of remission when he developed the seizure disorder. On endoscopic cyst fenestration, he was relieved of the seizure.[] KEYWORDS: Biological function; Genetic mutation; Genotypes and phenotypes; Hereditary hemochromatosis; Wilson disease[]

  • Schistosomiasis

    Physical examination is notable for hepatomegaly, most prominent in the left hepatic lobe. She also has an urticarial rash in her left foot.[] We describe a case of a 55-year-old Canadian woman who presented with first episode of seizure.[] Rarely, eggs are found in the brain or spinal cord and can cause seizures, paralysis, or spinal cord inflammation.[]

  • Gaucher Disease

    A physical examination revealed obvious hypoevolutism and hepatomegaly, and laboratory tests and imaging examinations showed severe pulmonary interstitial fibrosis, infection[] T y pe 2 Gaucher disease (acute infantile neuropathic Gaucher disease) symptoms usually begin by 3 months of age and includes extensive brain damage, seizures, spasticity,[] For example, single gene or monogenetic inheritance disorders include: Iron overload (hemochromatosis) Sickle cell anemia Marfan syndrome Huntington's disease Cystic fibrosis[]

  • Thalassemia

    Figure 1 Probability of OS by age and hepatomegaly. Figure 2 Probability of DFS by age and hepatomegaly.[] Electroencephalogram may need to be carried out with video recording to correlate seizure activity and abnormal movements. Approach to seizure control is standard.[] Abstract The authors present a unique case of torsades de pointes in a β-thalassemia patient with early iron overload in the absence of any structural abnormalities as seen in hemochromatosis[]

  • Hyperammonemia Type 3

    A congenital form occurs in two types: Type 1, due to deficiency of the enzyme ornithine carbamoyltransferase, is marked by vomiting, lethargy, coma, and hepatomegaly; symptoms[] […] neurologist as idiopathic epileptic seizure or epilepsy due to cerebrovascular disorder.[] Pietrangelo A et al. (2006) Hereditary hemochromatosis. [ ] 7. Gillmore JD et al. (2006) Drug Insight: emerging therapies for amyloidosis. [ ] Update:[]

  • Methylmalonic Acidemia

    Two days after her discharge, after having a meal rich in protein, she was brought unconscious with hepatomegaly, severe acidosis, ketonuria, and mild hyperammonemia.[] At 9 months of age, he developed brief tonic seizures, which showed polyspike bursts under EEG. His psychomotor development continued to deteriorate.[] […] disorders can result in protein malfunction and toxic accumulation of metal in the body: Wilson disease (toxic copper levels accumulate in the liver, brain, and other organs) Hemochromatosis[]

  • Porphyria Cutanea Tarda

    […] tolerated as regards porphyric disturbances but did not completely control seizures.[] Two patients had liver biopsy findings compatible with homozygous hereditary hemochromatosis.[] You could also feel agitated, confused, or get seizures.[]

  • Familial Hemophagocytic Lymphohistiocytosis

    Diagnosis is challenging because it mimics severe sepsis by demonstrating hepatomegaly, splenomegaly, persistent fever, central nervous system involvement, and cytopenias.[] This disorder can affect multiple organ systems, and neurologic manifestations include irritability, seizures, impaired consciousness, meningismus, and cranial nerve palsies[] The younger brother developed symptoms of hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis mimicking neonatal hemochromatosis at birth. He died without a chance to receive allo-HSCT.[]

  • Listeriosis

    Bacteremia was one of the independent risk factors for morbidity, while the presence of seizures predicted worse prognosis.[] […] monocytogenes by intact skin and is largely confined to veterinarians who are handling diseased animals, most often after a listerial abortion.It can be more common in patients with hemochromatosis[] Toxoplasmosis is associated with blindness, cognitive delays, seizures, and hearing loss, among other significant disabilities.[]

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