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A person affected with phenylketonuria, or who has an inherited enzyme abnormality that results in phenylketonuria.
Affected with phenylketonuria; of or relating to phenylketonuria.
1930s; earliest use found in Biochemical Journal. From phenylketonuria + -ic.
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