The clinical presentation of patients with various amino acid metabolic diseases is diverse

1、Hereditary tyrosine

More than 50% of patients with hereditary tyrosine will be affected by treatment and amino acid disorder experience mental decline

This leads to self-destructive behaviors and inconsistent body movements, and the language system may also be affected, such as unclear words.

is often associated with tears and fear of light

If the newborn has hereditary troponinemia, there is a risk of corneal clouding, which is found in newborns with keratosis of the soles of the feet and soles of the feet, accompanied by excessive sweating and generalized aches and pains.

They may show signs of liver failure, such as splenomegaly or cirrhosis, and may lead to death if the patient does not receive effective treatment after one year.

The neonate's own immunity is relatively poor. If the neonate has hereditary tyrosinemia, which may lead to liver disease such as cirrhosis, the patient has increased levels of l-arginine in the blood and urine.

2. Hartnup disease

A red, bloody rash appears on the patient's face and neck, and may also appear on the patient's hands and feet. It is intermittent and causes the child's growth and development to stall.

There is no control over their temperament, mood swings, and there may be mental disorders, both cerebellar attack disorders and unstable walking. Occasional muscle spasms, dizziness, and nystagmus may also occur.

If you find these characteristic manifestations, you must seek timely medical attention in order to get better treatment and ensure that the patient regains his or her health.

It is important to cooperate with the treatment process, strictly control the diet in daily life, and conduct regular check-ups after a period of effective treatment to better understand the recovery status of the body.