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    #21 some time this can happen

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    You are seeing a patient for the first time, and you notice on the 2 visit that she has fructose+ in the urine, and you did not find anything abnormal in the physical examination.

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    Nothing this is bening fructosuria and is cause of a lack of fructokinase
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    why even bother with the obvious. Just know where you are need it and where you can help the most.

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    very basic but HY
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