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Symptoms of Carnitine Palmitoyl Transferase II Deficiency

Symptoms of Carnitine Palmitoyl Transferase II Deficiency

The list of signs and symptoms mentioned in various sources for Carnitine Palmitoyl Transferase II Deficiency includes the 22 symptoms listed below:

  • Aching muscles - type II lethal neonatal form - type II lethal neonatal form
  • Fatigue - type II lethal neonatal form - type II lethal neonatal form
  • Breakdown of muscle tissue - type II lethal neonatal form - type II lethal neonatal form
  • Myoglobins in the urine after cold exposure - type II lethal neonatal form
  • Myoglobins in the urine after fever - type II lethal neonatal form
  • Myoglobins in the urine after reducing food intake - type II lethal neonatal form
  • Myoglobins in the urine after vomiting - type II myopathic form
  • Muscle stiffness - type II lethal neonatal form
  • Muscle weakness - type II lethal neonatal form
  • Muscle pain - type II myopathic form
  • Dark reddish-brown urine - type II lethal neonatal form
  • Myogobins in the urine after vomiting - type II lethal neonatal form
  • Liver symptoms - type II hepatocardiomuscular form
  • Heart symptoms - type II hepatocardiomuscular form
  • Periodic low ketone level - type II hepatocardiomuscular form
  • Low blood sugar - type II hepatocardiomuscular form
  • Loss of consciousness - type II hepatocardiomuscular form
  • Seizures - type II lethal neonatal form
  • Enlarged liver - type II hepatocardiomuscular form
  • Irregular heartbeat - type II lethal neonatal form
  • Brain abnormalities - type II lethal neonatal form
  • Kidney abnormalities - type II lethal neonatal form
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