Griffiths W, Cox T. Haemochromatosis: novel gene discovery and the molecular pathophysiology of iron metabolism. Hum Mol Genet ; 9: Hereditary hemochromatosis: genetic complexity and new diagnostic approaches. Clin Chem ;

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Hereditay hemochromatosis. Rev Col Gastroenterol [online]. ISSN Hereditary hemochromatosis is a disorder related to iron metabolism. It is common in European populations, but it is frequently misdiagnosed with other diseases such as alcoholic liver disease and several arthropaties.


Hemocromatosis hereditaria

Rev Col Gastroenterol [online]. ISSN Hemochromatosis includes a variety of chronic syndromes of genetic origin with iron overload, which can be classified according to genetic mutations in four groups, from type 1 to type 4. Hereditary hemochromatosis is a recessive disorder in which a dominant mutation of the hemochromatosis gene HFE generates an increased absorption and severe iron overload. The American study showed that a multi-ethnic population of every white people is homozygous for the CY HFE gene mutation, implicated in hemochromatosis type 1. The HFE, is located on chromosome 6, and may have three types of mutations of this gene, however the most common mutation is CY.


Prueba genética para la hemocromatosis (prueba de HFE)

For the best experience on htmlWebpackPlugin. Esta prueba ayuda a averiguar si tiene hemocromatosis. La muestra de sangre se toma de una vena del brazo. Es posible que la sienta apretada. Los resultados normales se llaman negativos. Los resultados anormales se llaman positivos. Revisado: 7 noviembre,

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