Breast feeding in organic acidaemias

@article{Gokay2005BreastFI,
  title={Breast feeding in organic acidaemias},
  author={Gulden Gokçay and Tolunay Baykal and Yasemin Gokdemir and M{\"u}beccel Demirkol},
  journal={Journal of Inherited Metabolic Disease},
  year={2005},
  volume={29},
  pages={304-310}
}
SummaryBreast feeding has been recommended for the dietary treatment of infants with organic acidaemias, but studies documenting clinical experience are still very few. Nine infants, diagnosed with methylmalonic acidaemia (n = 4), propionic acidaemia (n = 1), isovaleric acidaemia (n = 2) and glutaric acidaemia type I (n = 2) were breast fed after diagnosis. The age of the patients was 28.9± 13.4 months (mean ± SD) (range 10–57 months). Eight patients were diagnosed with clinical symptoms and… 
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