Plasma Amino Acids During the First 24 Hours of Life: Feasibility of Early Diagnosis in the Newborn at Risk of Amino Acid Disorders
Availability of early diagnosis and early treatment is fundamental to the prevention of neurological damage in patients affected by metabolic disorders with neonatal expression.
KeywordsCord Blood Maple Syrup Urine Disease Maple Syrup Urine Disease Urea Cycle Disorder Normal Newborn
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