Clinical and Genetic Analysis of Multi-System Pseudohypoaldosteronism Type 1 Caused by a Novel Splice Site Mutation of the Beta Subunit Gene of Epithelial Sodium Channel (Enac)
1.1. Background: This article aims to provide a comprehensive review of the clinical features and genetics basis of multi-system pseudohypoaldosteronism type 1 caused by SCNN1B gene mutations.
Compatibility Between Hyperuricemia, Hypertension, Diabetes Mellitus, and Hyperlipidemia- Study Case
Hyperuricemia is a disease that arises as a result of a defect in the metabolism process, leading to an increase in its production and accumulation in the blood, with the inability to excrete it in the urine through the kidneys. It has been found that people who suffer from a problem in metabolism, such as patients with diabetes or high blood fats, or patients with high blood pressure suffer from high uric acid. In this article, we find that a woman suffering from diabetes and high blood pressure, by measuring blood lipids and uric acid, their rates were high.
A Review for Diagnostic Inaccuracy of Pure Ductal Carcinoma Insitu in Multiple Fibroadenomas and Axillary Nodal Involvement
Fibroadenomas (FA), are common benign tumor of the breast, can be treated with simple excision. Breast cancer arising within FA is a rare phenomenon.