Porphyria (1)

Definition 
Porphyria is a disorder caused by a change in the amount of porphyrins (nitrogen-containing substances) found in the blood. This can cause Abdominal pain, skin lesions, light sensitivity, anemia, and neurological changes.

see Porphyria.

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Last revised: December 5, 2012
by David A. Scott, M.D.

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