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Neuro-arthritic diathesis

Neuro-arthritic diathesis is characterized by increased nervous excitability, a tendency to ketoacidosis, and a further predisposition to the development of obesity, interstitial nephritis, urolithiasis, atherosclerosis, diabetes mellitus, gout. Uric acid metabolism is a leading, but not the only laboratory marker.

Etiology. In the formation of the disease, on the one hand, the inheritance of pathological properties of metabolism is involved, on the other hand, nutrition in the family, mode, environment.

Pathogenesis. Of particular importance are the following disorders:

1) a high level of excitability at any level of reception;

2) impaired purine metabolism with an increase in their concentration in the blood and urine;

3) low acetylating ability of the liver and other, unencrypted mitochondrial defects.

Clinical manifestations. Already in infancy, increased nervous irritability is noted, which over time increases even more. Mental development is ahead of age norms: children are curious, lively, remember what they hear or read. Sometimes such children have nightly fears, tics, chore-like attacks, emotional lability. Periodically or suddenly after a short malaise, attacks of headache, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, smell of acetone from the mouth can occur, an acetone crisis develops.
During the crisis, the level of ketone bodies, ammonia, uric acid is increased in the blood test, and the pH decreases.

The diagnosis is established on the basis of anamnesis, clinical and laboratory data.

Differential diagnosis. It should be distinguished from neurosis, rheumatism, diabetes mellitus, etc.

Treatment. Rational regime and diet, hardening, walking, physical education. Exclusion of mental stress, restrict viewing of TV.

At the initial symptoms of an acetone crisis or its precursors give sweet tea, fruit juices, alkaline mineral waters. It is advisable to hospitalize the child in a hospital. They make a cleansing enema, gastric lavage is done to better remove ketone bodies from the intestines.

Essential or vitamin B 12 is used. In case of acetonemic vomiting, the treatment is aimed at combating acitosis (elimination and elimination of ketone bodies): 5% Cn glucose solution, 0.9% C sodium chloride solution are introduced. At a blood pH below 7.2, a 4% sodium bicarbonate solution is administered.

Prevention Compliance with the regime of the day of the child, a balanced diet, protecting the child from mental stress.

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Neuro-arthritic diathesis

  1. Neuro-arthritic diathesis
    Neuro-arthritic diathesis is a combination of hereditarily determined congenital and acquired morphological and functional features of the body, characterized by impaired purine metabolism or a parallel impaired functioning of organs and systems (adrenal glands, liver, central nervous system, etc.). Neuro-arthritic diathesis is characterized by increased nervous excitability,
  2. Neuro-arthritic diathesis
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