Современные представления о цилиопатиях


М.С. Игнатова

ФГУ “МНИИ педиатрии и детской хирургии” Минздравсоцразвития России, Москва
Представлены данные о цилиопатиях – болезнях, связанных с генетическими нарушениями клеточных органелл: цилий (ворсинок). Клинические проявления цилиопатий – кистозы почек как изолированное заболевание так и при ассоциации их с болезнями других органов, зависящих от структурного или функционального нарушения ворсинок в эмбриогенезе.

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Игнатова М.С. – профессор, главный научный сотрудник отделения наследственных и приобретенных болезней почек ФГУ “МНИИ педиатрии и детской хирургии” Минздравсоцразвития России, д.м.н.
E-mail: ms_Ignatova@mail.ru


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