Magnetic Resonance Findings in an Infant with Nonketotic

Nonketotic hyperglycinemia (NKH) is a rare disease caused by defects in the glycine metabolism, leading to accumulation of excessive glycine in the body, CSF, and brain. We report an infant with NKH who presented with poor sucking power, hypothermia, hyperreflexia, and hypotonia soon after delivery at the gestational age of 38 weeks, and progressed to… CONTINUE READING