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D-xylose absorption test

D-xylose absorption test

D-xylose absorption test: A D-xylose absorption test is designed to look for malabsorption of the sugar, xylose. The patient drinks 25 grams of xylose in water, followed by blood and urine collection over a 5 hour period; the xylose concentration is measured and compared with the starting concentration.

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