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What is Neoplastic porphyria tarda?

What is Neoplastic porphyria tarda?

  • Neoplastic porphyria tarda: A rare condition where a liver tumor causes a deficiency of the enzyme hepatic uroporphyrinogen decarboxylase. The deficiency causes a build up of porphyrins in the liver and the skin which causes damage to the skin and various other symptoms.

Neoplastic porphyria tarda: Introduction

Types of Neoplastic porphyria tarda:

Broader types of Neoplastic porphyria tarda:

How serious is Neoplastic porphyria tarda?

Prognosis of Neoplastic porphyria tarda: removal of cancerous tissue eliminates symptoms

What causes Neoplastic porphyria tarda?

Causes of Neoplastic porphyria tarda: see causes of Neoplastic porphyria tarda

What are the symptoms of Neoplastic porphyria tarda?

Symptoms of Neoplastic porphyria tarda: see symptoms of Neoplastic porphyria tarda

Neoplastic porphyria tarda: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Neoplastic porphyria tarda.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Neoplastic porphyria tarda.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Neoplastic porphyria tarda: Hepatologist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Neoplastic porphyria tarda.
Treatments for Neoplastic porphyria tarda: see treatments for Neoplastic porphyria tarda

Name of Neoplastic porphyria tarda

Main name of condition: Neoplastic porphyria tarda

Neoplastic porphyria tarda: Related Conditions

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