Haematological abnormalities in children with inborn errors of metabolism

Damodar, Sharat
November 2007
Perinatology: Journal of Perinatal & Neonatal Care;Nov2007, Vol. 9 Issue 6, p268
Academic Journal
The article offers information on haematological abnormalities in children with inborn errors of metabolism. It is mentioned that symptoms and signs are caused by something other than inherited disorder of metabolism. When the disorder is suspected, evaluation proceeds with screening tests like glucose measurement, urinalysis, electrolytes and other metabolic screening tests.


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