Acute intermittent porphyria presenting with a subarachnoid haemorrhage

This version was published on 1 November 2008

Ann Clin Biochem 2008;45:610-611
© 2008 Association for Clinical Biochemistry


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Charles van Heyningen1 and
David M Simms2

1 Clinical Laboratories, University Hospital Aintree, Liverpool L9 7AL;
2 Chemical Pathology Department, Kingston Hospital, Kingston upon Thames KT2 7QB, UK

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Figure 1 Pedigree showing autosomal dominant transmission of acute intermittent porphyria due to a R173W gene mutation. In the second generation, the deceased proband had five unaffected brothers, two unaffected sisters and one affected sister

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