Please let me know if there is any between mitochondrial disorder, ptosis, autism & low prealbumin?

Possibly. Mitochondrial disorders can have varying symptoms. Ptosis, hypotonia and muscle issues are a common finding. Autism or cognitive impairment is often also associated with certain mitochondrial disorders. Prealbumin may relate to altered metabolism due to the mitochondrial disorder. Suggest discussing more formal genetic testing with a geneticist.

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Is there any difference between mitochondrial disorder, ptosis, autism & low prealbumin?

Maternally derived. Mutations in mitochondrial dna cause defective energy production impacting cell function in the 65 known mitochondrial disorders.Muscle weakness ( like ptosis/droopy eyelids), blindness, deafness & progressive neurologic disorder with developmental regression +/- autistic behaviors are some known symptoms. Some organs may be affected & not others. Mother may be unaffected or mildly affected. Read more...