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B Chabrol, J Mancini, C Bertrand, C Vianey-Saban, P Divry, M O Livet, N Pinsard
BACKGROUND: Medium-chain acyl-CoA dehydrogenase (MCAD) deficiency is the most common inherited defect of fatty acid beta-oxidation. As it causes life-threatening symptoms, it is mandatory to diagnose deficiencies of this enzyme in families. CASE REPORT: A boy was admitted at the age of 3 months because of a recent attack of generalized seizures. His parents were second cousins and one of his 2 sisters, 6 years old, suffered from epilepsy. At admission, the patient had moderate hepatomegaly; he was given clonazepam and phenytoin because of persistent status epilepticus...
June 1993: Archives Françaises de Pédiatrie
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