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I have fatty liver and i had a mitochondrial m2 ab test it is 5.4 and f-acting antibody is 14. What do those numbers mean?

I have fatty liver and i had a mitochondrial m2 ab test it is 5.4 and f-acting antibody is 14. What do those numbers mean?

Need to consult a : Doctor. Ms. Banks: i addressed the elevated hscrp in an earlier message, however the current question requires integrating all of your medical history and findings. There is incomplete information in your message and 400 characters is not a suitable forum to address your issues. Please discuss the matter with your doctor. ...Read more

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What is mitochondrial disorder?

What is mitochondrial disorder?

Energy loss: Mitochondria are the "engines"of each cell throughout the body.Loss of energy changes normal functions and the symptoms are many. Mitochondria have their own genes and they are inherited from the mother alone. ...Read more

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Which is the mitochondrial disease known as l.H.O.N.?

Which is the mitochondrial disease known as l.H.O.N.?

Lebers neuropathy: Lebers hereditary optic neuropathy http://ghr.Nlm.Nih.Gov/condition/leber-hereditary-optic-neuropathy.

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What is the mitochondrial disease known as l.h.o.n.? How is it treated?

What is the mitochondrial disease known as l.h.o.n.? How is it treated?

Hereditary blindness: LHON stands for Leber's hereditary optic neuropathy. It is inherited from mother to child. Usually a young man loses eyesight in the enter of one eye,and shortly after he loses eyesight in other eye. Women are less often affected. Gene mutations that are responsible for this disease is known. There are no curative treatments. If you carry this gene, you should avoid smoking, alcohol certain drugs. ...Read more

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What is the mitochondrial disease known as l.h.o.n.? How is it treated?

What is the mitochondrial disease known as l.h.o.n.? How is it treated?

Progressive vision: loss occurs as a result of this condition which is the most common known mitochondrial disease. About 45 mutations have been linked to LHON. Although it is the most common, it is nevertheless rare and must be treated at a center with knowledge of and experience with mitochondrial disorders. ...Read more

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Could tumors "trigger" a mitochondrial disease?

Could tumors "trigger" a mitochondrial disease?

Tumors: Tumors can trigger either nothing or many things. Surely your doctor is taking care of this. If your health is not moving forward please set up an appointment to see an Oncologist! ...Read more

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What are symptoms of mitochondrial myopathy?

What are  symptoms of mitochondrial myopathy?

Many symptoms: The mm are a group of disorders due to dysfunction of the mitochondria, which are the energy producing parts of the cell. Nerve and muscle cells need a great deal of energy and so are most affected. Symptoms depend on which enzymes / proteins are dysfunctional, but muscle, brain, heart and eye function can be affected. See: http://www.Ninds.Nih.Gov/disorders/mitochondrial_myopathy for more info. ...Read more

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What is mitochondrial myopathy? What causes it?

What is mitochondrial myopathy? What causes it?

Mitochondrial myo-: pathies are a group of neuromuscular disorders inherited from one's mother. Find out the type & which organs it affects, then obtain information & support from mda.org. Mitochondria are cellular power plants that convert fuel from food into energy molecules, particularly important in nerve & muscle cells. See more on genetics at mda.org/disease/mitochondrial-myopathies/causes-inheritance ...Read more

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Is there a treatment for mitochondrial disorder?

Is there a treatment for mitochondrial disorder?

No cure yet: There is no curative treatment yet available for mitochondrial disorders. However, a lot of research is being done in this area. In the meantime, the treatment includes various supplements (vitamins and antioxidants) that may help some patients, maintaining healthy lifestyle, and avoiding triggers that may make disease worse such as certain medications that affect mitochondrial function. ...Read more