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Newborn infants with homocystinuria usually appear normal, although they may present with mildly delayed development or failure to thrive (poor growth). After 3 years of age, these children have visual problems such as nearsightedness and/or dislocated lenses (a part of the inner eye slips out of its normal position). Children with homocystinuria may exhibit some or all of the following symptoms:
National Coalition for PKU and Allied Disorders
A comprehensive website designed for patients and their families. The website includes information on HCU, links to ongoing research, support groups, and other resurces, as well as low protein food sources and recipes.
A great article written in easy to read language.