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Urinary phenylketones test

Urinary phenylketones test

Urinary phenylketones test: The urinary phenylketones assay system is a laboratory test used to detect phenylketones in the urine. This test is recommended two to three weeks after birth to diagnose or rule out congenital phenylketonuria.

Urinary phenylketones test: Other Names

Other names for Urinary phenylketones test include:

  • PKU test

Diseases Associated with Urinary phenylketones test

These diseases or medical conditions may be diagnosed by, screened for, or associated with Urinary phenylketones test:

  • Congenital phenylketonuria

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