MODY3


Also found in: Medical.
AcronymDefinition
MODY3Maturity-Onset Diabetes of the Young
References in periodicals archive ?
McCall, "Primary hepatocellular neoplasms in a MODY3 family with a novel HNF1A germline mutation," Journal of Hepatology, vol.
The familial form of liver adenomatosis involves a germline mutation of the HNF1A gene and is associated with MODY3. (5) Thus, the clinical behavior of liver adenomatosis is similar to that of HA-H.
Mutations in the Hepatic nuclear factor 1 alpha gene (HNF1-[alpha]) result in MODY3, the most common subtype, which accounts for 8 to 63% of MODY cases.
The most common form, MODY3, arises from a mutation in the HNF [hepatocyte nuclear factor]-1[[alpha]] gene (N.
The most common form, MODY3, arises from a mutation in the HNF (hepatocyte nuclear factor)-1[[alpha]] gene (N.
Seven were being treated with insulin, and none were taking sulfonylureas, which is the recommended pharmacologic treatment for MODY3. MODY patients are "exquisitely sensitive" to sulfonylureas, which are cheaper and easier to take than multiple daily insulin injections, Dr.
(111) Brita Liljestrom et al., "Adolescents at Risk for MODY3 Diabetes Prefer Genetic Testing Before Adulthood" (2007) 30 Diabetes Care 1571.
Compound heterozygous mutation of Ile27Leu/Ser487Asn in hepatocyte nuclear factor 1[alpha] (HNF-1[alpha]) gene was detected and diagnosis of MODY3 was made.