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In summary the following can be stated: (1) The comparable large number of premature and low birth weight infants leads in many countries to a public health problem. (2) Prematurity is an unphysiological state which causes some peculiarities in digestive and metabolic functions which in turn have implications on nutrition. (3) Under normal circumstances an(More)
  • U Wachtel
  • Human nutrition. Applied nutrition
  • 1986
Phenylketonuria is still a brilliant example that early diagnosis, immediate onset of treatment and carefully controlled diet enable the patient to grow up normally. There are, however, other inherited disorders of amino acid metabolism in which the prognosis of the affected patients--despite some progress in the recent past--is still very poor.
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