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Phenylketonuria test: The phenylketonuria test measures the presence of phenylpyruvic acid, the breakdown product of phenylalanine, in the urine by the dipstick method. This test is routinely used on infants to rule a diagnosis of phenylketonuria, which is caused by an inability to metabolize phenylalanine.
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