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Apparent Mineralocorticoid Excess Syndrome (AME): A Case Report of Two Twins
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  • Abdellah Kaddour,
  • Mohammad Badr Almoshantaf,
  • Ahmed Aljabali,
  • Ahmed Houcine TCHOUAR,
  • Amira Yasmine Benmelouka
Abdellah Kaddour
EHS Mère & Enfant Tlemcen

Corresponding Author:abdellahkaddour@gmail.com

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Mohammad Badr Almoshantaf
Ibn Al-Nafees Hospital
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Ahmed Aljabali
Jordan University of Science and Technology
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Ahmed Houcine TCHOUAR
Abou Bekr Belkaid University Tlemcen Faculty of Medicine
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Amira Yasmine Benmelouka
Faculty of Medicine, University of Algiers
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Ulick syndrome, also called apparent mineralocorticoid excess is an autosomal recessive disorder that causes severe hypertension with polyurea, polydipsia , and other symptoms. We report a case report of two dichorionic diamniotic twins from a first-degree consanguineous couple who suffered from variable symptoms of Ulick syndrome.