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Hyperammonemia: clinical, therapeutic, and educational aspects

      We read the case report on hyperammonemia by Açıkalın et al [
      • Açıkalın A
      • Dişel NR
      • Direk EÇ
      • Ilgınel MT
      • Sebe A
      • Bıçakçı Ş
      A rare cause of postpartum coma: isolated hyperammonemia due to urea cycle disorder.
      ] with great interest. In this context, we would like to mention infection-induced hyperammonemia, share our therapeutic experience, and highlight on educational aspects.
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