Fanconi's Syndrome Evaluation
The evaluation of Fanconi's syndrome includes a complete medical history and physical examination.
Physical findings in those with Fanconi's syndrome include:
In many cases, Fanconi's is found during an evaluation for another illness.
Tests that may be used to evaluate Fanconi's syndrome include:
Fanconi's Syndrome Tests
Urine tests for Fanconi's syndrome usually show high levels of:
Blood tests usually show low levels of the same substances above, which are lost in the urine.
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