The quizzes about Urine Screening for Metabolic Disorders (30 tests)

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The quizzes about Urine Screening for Metabolic Disorders (30 tests)
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Select the one best response to each question!

All states require newborn screening for PKU for early:

All of the following disorders can be detected by newborn screening except:

The best specimen for early newborn screening is a:

Abnormal urine screening tests categorized as an overflow disorder include all of the following except:

Which of the following disorders is not associated with the phenylalanine-tyrosine pathway?


Urine screening tests for PKU utilize:

The least serious form of tyrosylemia is:

An overflow disorder of the phenylalanine-tyrosine pathway that could produce a false-positive reaction with the reagent strip test for ketones is:

An overflow disorder that could produce a falsepositive reaction with clinitest is:

A urine that turns black after sitting by the sink for several hours could be indicative of:


Ketonuria in a newborn is an indication of:

Urine from a newborn with MSUD will have a significant:

A substance that reacts with p-nitroaniline is:

Which of the following has a significant odor?

Hartnup disease is a disorder associated with the metabolism of:


5-HIAA is a degradation product of:

Elevated urinary levels of 5-HIAA are associated with:

False-positive levels of 5-HIAA can be caused by a diet high in:

Urine from patients with cystine disorders will react with:

Blue diaper syndrome is associated with:


Homocystinuria is caused by failure to metabolize:

Early detection is most valuable for correction of:

The Ehrlich reaction will only detect the presence of:

Acetylacetone is added to the urine prior to performing the Ehrlich test when checking for:

The classic urine color associated with porphyria is:


Which of the following specimens can be used for porphyrin testing?

The two stages of heme formation affected by lead poisoning are:

Hurler, Hunter, and Sanfilippo syndromes are hereditary disorders affecting metabolism of:

Many uric acid crystals in a pediatric urine specimen may indicate:

Deficiency of the GALT enzyme will produce a:

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