MSUD-Maple Syrup Urine Disorder Neonatal Screen Blood Test50+ booked in last 3 days
This test checks for MSUD (Maple Syrup Urine Disorder) in the newborn using Leucine as the marker analyte.
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To identify at-risk babies for MSUD (Maple Syrup Urine Disorder) at the earliest.
This is a screening test for newborn babies usually done within 48-72 hours of birth to detect inborn errors of metabolism.
Newborn Screening is a test that involves testing of infants at birth for certain genetically linked metabolic disorders which may affect baby’s physical, mental and intellectual development. This test checks for MSUD (Maple Syrup Urine Disorder) in the newborn using Leucine as the marker analyte.
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