The incidence of primary hypolactasia amongst native Irish
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Primary hypolactasia is rare amongst Native Irish, occurring in at most 4% of the healthy adult population. Routine screening for primary hypolactasia as a cause of gastrointestinal symptoms in Irishmen is unjustified.
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- The incidence of primary hypolactasia amongst native Irish
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- 1. Department of Medicine and Gastroenterology, The Charitable Infirmary, Jervis Street, Dublin
- 2. Department of Biochemistry, University College, Dublin
- 3. Department of Biochemistry, University College, Galway