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Hyperpipecolatemia




Hyperpipecolatemia (also called Hyperpipecolic acidemia or Pipecolic acidemia) is a very rare metabolic disorder that is caused by a peroxisomal defect. It is characterized by an increase in pipecolic acid levels in the blood, leading to neuropathy and hepatomegaly.

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