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An autosomal recessive disorder resulting from mitochondrial dysfunction and characterized by decreased levels of coenzyme Q10. Patients manifest neonatal lung hypoplasia, contractures, early infantile hypertension and cardiac hypertrophy, secondary to prenatal kidney dysplasia, with neonatal and infantile renal dysfunction. Clinical features also include progressive peripheral neuropathy, muscular hypotonia and atrophy, and mild psychomotor delay with hearing and visual impairment.




Primary mitochondrial disease


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