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Methionine malabsorption syndrome

Methionine malabsorption syndrome: Introduction

Methionine malabsorption syndrome: A rare inherited disorder characterized by impaired absorption of methionine and other amino acids. The methioning that is not absorbed is converted by an intestinal bacteria into an acid which gives the urine a distinctive odor. The urine smells like that of a building used to dry hops. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Methionine malabsorption syndrome is available below.

Symptoms of Methionine malabsorption syndrome

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