Sunday, 5 April 2015

Body odours

Body Odour Questions
Condition- Odour
Oast-House Syndrome The urine has an odour similar to that of dried celery, yeast or malt, or an oasthouse
Hypermethioninemia May experience a fishy, sweety and fruity, rancid butter or boiled cabbage odor
Tyrosinaemia Cabbage or Rancid butter.
Cystinuria Because cystine is one of the sulfur-containing amino acids, the urine may have a characteristic "rotten egg" odor.
Diabetic Ketoacidosis The patient may have a fruity breath, a sweet taste on the skin, or emanate a distinctive, chemical smell.
Isovaleric Acidaemia A symptom of isovaleric acidemia is an odour of cheesy, acrid, sweaty feet.
Phenylketunuria The person may present with a musty, mousy, wolflike, barny, horsey or stale smell.
Trimethylaminuria The odour produced is similar to decaying fish.
Maple Syrup Urine Disease Patients smell like caramel, maple syrup or have a malty odor.

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