Treatment of congenital lactic acidosis with dichloroacetate.

Abstract

The term congenital lactic acidosis (CLA) refers to a group of inborn errors of mitochondrial metabolism variably characterised by progressive neuromuscular deterioration and accumulation of lactate and hydrogen ions in blood, urine and/or cerebrospinal fluid, frequently resulting in early death. The incidence and prevalence of CLA are unknown, although it… (More)

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