Mitochondrial respiratory chain disorders

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Mitochondrial respiratory chain disorders
affected system and organs signs and symptoms
nervous low muscle tone, seizures, stroke-like episodes, disturbance of balance, peripheral nerve damage, hearing loss
eyes cataracts, retinal pigmentary changes, abnormal eye movements
cardiovascular heart failure; cardiac conduction defect; low levels of white blood cells, red blood cells, and platelets; anemia
gastrointestinal liver dysfunction and failure, pancreatic dysfunction, diarrhea, gastroenteritis-like illness, cyclic vomiting
kidneys kidney failure, renal tubular defects, rickets
endocrine diabetes mellitus, short stature, hypoparathyroidism, hypothyroidism
skin rashes, mottled pigmentation, scaly rash
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