Pku

The pku, alternatively spelled pzuk, is an Armenian musical instrument, similar to a clarinet. It has been called the national instrument of Armenia. The pku is a single-reed aerophone with seven holes and a one octave range with the open cone of a bull horn at one end. == See Also == ...
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PKU

A genetic birth disorder in which the liver is missing an enzyme that is necessary for breaking down and digesting phenylalanine. Because phenylalanine is found in cow's milk, infant formulas and breast milk, the baby is unable to digest it properly. Common symptoms of the disorder include epilepsy, a musty odor, small head, short stature, eczema.....
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PKU

Acronym for Phenylketonuria
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PKU

An inherited disorder that causes a build-up of phenylalanine (an amino acid) in the blood. This can cause mental retardation, behavioral and movement problems, seizures, and delayed development. Using a blood test, PKU can easily be found in newborns, and treatment is a diet low in phenylalanine. Also called phenylketonuria.
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PKU

Phenylketonuria
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PKU

Phenylketonuria (PKU card - Guthrie test)
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Pku

Phenylketonuria, an enzyme deficiency condition characterized by the inability to convert one amino
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PKU

phenylketonuria.
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PKU

PKU: see phenylketonuria.
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PKU

PKU: Short for phenylketonuria. See: Phenylketonuria.
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PKU

see Phenylketonuria
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PKU

Synonym for phenylketonuria ... <disease> Congenital absence of phenylalanine hydroxylase (an enzyme that converts phenylalanine into tyrosine). Phenylalanine accumulates in blood and seriously impairs early neuronal development. The defect can be controlled by diet and is not serious if treated in this way. ... Incidence: highest in Caucasia...
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PKU

Type: Abbreviation Definitions: 1. Abbreviation for phenylketonuria.
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