Use of peptide feeds to treat gastric complications in Mitochondrial Disease: Lessons learned from a case report

Introduction Mitochondrial myopathy is a neuromuscular disease caused by damage to the mitochondria. These are small, energy-producing structures that work as the cell’s power plant. The cells most affected are nerve cells in the brain and muscle as they require a lot of energy. The symptoms of mitochondrial myopathy include: Muscle weakness (including respiratory muscle) or exerci...

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