Hartnup Disease
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Hartnup Disease
Hartnup Disease
Hartnup disorder is an inherited metabolic condition that involves the transport of certain amino acids (for example, tryptophan and histidine) in the small intestine and kidneys.
  • Urinalysis
  • History and Physical Exam
  • Tryptophan Measurement
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  • Avoid Exposure of Skin to Sunlight
  • Symptom Management
  • Nutritional Support
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  • niacin
  • Nico-400
  • Nicotinic acid 500mg m/r tablet (product)
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  • Family History Of
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Hartnup disease, also referred to as Hartnup disorder, is a hereditary metabolic disorder that makes it difficult for your body to absorb...
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