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Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Isovaleric Acidemia: sweaty feet syndrome

Genetics Home Reference
A service of the U.S. National Library of Medicine

Isovaleric acidemia is another cause of metabolic body odor. It is the body's inability to process certain proteins properly. A characteristic sign of isovaleric acidemia is a distinctive odor of sweaty feet throughout the body. The symptoms of this disorder can become apparent within a few days after birth, during childhood, and may come and go over time. Like many other genetic malodor conditions, some people may be carriers of this IVD gene mutation and be 'asymptomatic'. This article also refers the reader to information about treatment for isovaleric acidemia.

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http://ghr.nlm.nih.gov/condition=isovalericacidemia

1 comments:

shashank said...

Here is a link to more information about the genetics of Isovaleric Acidemia that was prepared by our genetic counselor and which has links to some useful resource for those dealing with this condition: http://www.accessdna.com/condition/Isovaleric_Acidemia/211. There is also a number listed for anyone who wants to speak to a genetic counselor by phone. I hope it helps. Thanks, AccessDNA

Feb 5, 2010, 11:06:00 AM
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