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|Title:||Phenylketonuria in Chinese in Singapore||Authors:||Boon, W.H.||Issue Date:||1978||Citation:||Boon, W.H. (1978). Phenylketonuria in Chinese in Singapore. Journal of the Singapore Paediatric Society 20 (2) : 69-72. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||The first 2 cases of phenylketonuria seen in Chinese in Singapore are reported. This refutes the usually accepted view that PKU is nonexistent in Singapore. Both cases were encountered within a period of 1 yr. The pathogenesis of PKU and its variants is briefly described. The point is made that it is worthwhile screening for PKU by examining the urine at 2-4 wk of life with ferric chloride. However, those carrying out the test should have good experience and knowledge of all possible reactions with ferric chloride.||Source Title:||Journal of the Singapore Paediatric Society||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/132623||ISSN:||00375683|
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