Aminoaciduria Hartnup Disease
Hartnup disease is an inherited aminoaciduria. It results in the accumulation of amino acid, tryptophan, in the urine. This occurs due to defective intestinal absorption of tryptophan.
It is characterized by a skin rash and difficulties with balance and incoordination.
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