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Xanthine oxidase deficiency type II

Xanthine oxidase deficiency type II: Introduction

Xanthine oxidase deficiency type II: A rare metabolic disorder characterized by excessive levels of xanthine in the urine. Type II xanthinuria is caused by a deficiency of the enzymes xanthine dehydrogenase and enzyme aldehyde oxidase which are needed to metabolize xanthine. The metabolic abnormality primarily causes kidney stones and kidney failure in severe cases. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Xanthine oxidase deficiency type II is available below.

Symptoms of Xanthine oxidase deficiency type II

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Xanthine oxidase deficiency type II: Complications

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Causes of Xanthine oxidase deficiency type II

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Misdiagnosis and Xanthine oxidase deficiency type II

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Prognosis for Xanthine oxidase deficiency type II

Prognosis for Xanthine oxidase deficiency type II: varies from asymptomatic to renal failure

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  1. Xanthine oxidase deficiency type II: Introduction
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