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Hydroxyprolinaemia with normal development.
  1. M J Robinson,
  2. I S Menzies,
  3. I Sloan

    Abstract

    A 6th case of hydroxyprolinaemia is described. The response to an oral hydroxyproline load failed to demonstrate an abnormal response in a presumed heterozygote. The infant is developing normally at age 36 months and we agree with others that this aminoacidaemia is benign.

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