Sucrose malabsorption in children: noninvasive diagnosis by interval breath hydrogen determination.


To assess whether malabsorption of specific sugars is easily detected in a pediatric population by interval measurement of breath hydrogen excretion, hydrogen concentration was determined following administration of oral sucrose to six sucrose-intolerant children with congenital sucrase-isomaltase deficiency and in 16 sucrose-tolerant control subjects… (More)


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