Ketoacidosis due to monocarboxylate transporter-1 deficiency

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A rare disorder of ketone body transport characterized by recurrent episodes of ketoacidosis provoked by fasting or infections in the first years of life. The episodes are typically preceded by poor feeding and vomiting and are associated with dehydration in severe cases also with decreased consciousness and insufficient respiratory drive. Hypoglycemia is observed only infrequently. Patients with homozygous mutations tend to present at a younger age have more profound ketoacidosis and may show mild to moderate developmental delay in addition.

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Advocacy Organizations

Mississippi Metabolics Foundation

Our mission at Mississippi Metabolics Foundation (MMF) is to advocate, educate, and support families in MS affected by genetic metabolic disorders/inborn errors of metabolism (IEM's). MMF promotes initiatives and further advancements in legislation, education, research, clinical trials, studies, therapies, targeted treatments, and eventual cures for IEM’s and all rare diseases.

MitoAction

MitoAction’s mission is to improve the quality of life for children, adults, and families living with mitochondrial disease through support, education, outreach, advocacy, clinical research initiatives and by granting wishes for children affected by mitochondrial disease.

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