CIDEC-related familial partial lipodystrophy
Synonyms: CIDEC-related FPLD | FPLD5
A rare genetic lipodystrophy characterized by abnormal subcutaneous fat distribution resulting in preservation of visceral neck and axilliary fat and absence of lower limb and femorogluteal subcutaneous fat. Additional clinical features are acanthosis nigricans insulin-resistant type II diabetes mellitus dyslipidemia and hypertension leading to pancreatitis hepatomegaly and hepatic steatosis.
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