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  1. ... body. Its major signs and symptoms include chronic diarrhea starting in infancy, hair abnormalities, distinctive facial features, ... unknown how these changes could lead to chronic diarrhea and the other features of trichohepatoenteric syndrome. More ...
  2. ... body. Its major signs and symptoms include chronic diarrhea starting in infancy, hair abnormalities, distinctive facial features, ... unknown how these changes could lead to chronic diarrhea and the other features of trichohepatoenteric syndrome. More ...
  3. ... This condition is characterized by chronic, life-threatening diarrhea beginning in infancy. The MYO5B gene mutations that ... nutrients and fluids during digestion leads to severe diarrhea, malnutrition, and dehydration in individuals with microvillus inclusion ...
  4. ... fluids than normal tissue, which causes life-threatening diarrhea and poor growth. Congenital tufting enteropathy develops in ... calcium signal transducer 1 Tests of EPCAM PubMed DIARRHEA 5, WITH TUFTING ENTEROPATHY, CONGENITAL EPITHELIAL CELLULAR ADHESION ...
  5. ... begins in infancy and is characterized by severe diarrhea, resulting in weight loss and dehydration that can ... dehydration of the body's tissues and severe diarrhea. In the kidneys, the SGLT1 protein cannot filter ...
  6. ... at the expected rate (failure to thrive), vomiting, diarrhea, a shortage of all types of blood cells, ...
  7. ... of the hands and feet (acrocyanosis), and chronic diarrhea.Most of the mutations that cause ethylmalonic encephalopathy ...
  8. ... lactose in the small intestine and causing severe diarrhea.Lactose intolerance in adulthood is caused by gradually ...
  9. ... spectrum. The most severely affected individuals have severe diarrhea and recurrent infections and usually do not survive ...
  10. ... infancy. Affected babies have recurrent episodes of fever, diarrhea, painful joints, and skin rashes. The gene mutations ...
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