About Glutaric Aciduria Type 3

Glutaric Aciduria Iii, also known as glutaryl-coa oxidase deficiency, is related to multiple acyl-coa dehydrogenase deficiency and glutaric acidemia i, and has symptoms including diarrhea and vomiting. An important gene associated with Glutaric Aciduria Iii is SUGCT (Succinyl-CoA:Glutarate-CoA Transferase), and among its related pathways/superpathways are Regulation of expression of SLITs and ROBOs and Glucocorticoid receptor regulatory network. Affiliated tissues include thymus, lymph node and bone, and related phenotypes are glutaric aciduria and abnormality of circulating enzyme level

Major Symptoms of Glutaric Aciduria Type 3

Glutaric aciduria type 3 (GAA-3) is an inherited metabolic disease. The main symptoms include:

1. Hepatosplenomegaly: GAA-3 patients often have enlarged livers and spleens, leading to abnormal liver function.

2. Anemia: GAA-3 patients are prone to anemia due to hepatosplenomegaly, which reduces the liver’s ability to produce hemoglobin.

3. Skin symptoms: GAA-3 patients often experience skin symptoms, such as itching, rash, and ecchymosis.

4. Oral problems: GAA-3 patients often have problems such as loose teeth and oral ulcers in the mouth.

5. Mental retardation: Although GAA-3 patients have normal intelligence, some patients may develop cognitive impairment.

6. Breathing problems: People with GAA-3 often experience breathing problems, such as shortness of breath and shortness of breath.

7. Joint pain: GAA-3 patients often experience joint pain, such as knee pain and ankle pain.

8. Kidney problems: GAA-3 patients often develop kidney problems, such as proteinuria and renal insufficiency. GAA-3 is a severe inherited metabolic disease, and patients often require treatments such as hemodialysis and gene therapy. If you have GAA-3 related problems, it is recommended that you consult a professional doctor for diagnosis and treatment.

Suitable Lifestyle for People with Glutaric Aciduria Type 3

Suitable lifestyle options for people with Glutaric aciduria type 3 include:

1. Diet control: reduce the intake of high-protein, high-carbohydrate foods, increase the intake of low-fat, high-fiber foods, and maintain a balanced diet.

2. Drug treatment: Depending on the condition and individual differences, the doctor may prescribe some drugs, such as insulin, oral drugs, etc. The patient needs to take the drugs according to the doctor's recommendations.

3. Exercise: Moderate exercise can increase the body's metabolic rate, alleviate the condition, and help maintain physical health.

4. Psychological adjustment: Glutaric aciduria type 3 is a chronic disease. Patients need to adjust their mentality, maintain a positive and optimistic attitude towards life, communicate with family and friends, and relieve stress.

5. Regular review: Patients need to return to the hospital regularly for check-ups to ensure that the condition is under control and follow the doctor's recommendations for treatment.

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