Stale Fish Syndrome | definition of Stale Fish Syndrome by Medical dictionary
Fish Odour Syndrome (redirected from Stale Fish Syndrome)
A rare autosomal recessive condition [MIM 136131] characterised by an accumulation of trimethylamine (CH33N), which is released in the person’s sweat, urine, and breath, giving off a strong body odour, which often has a fishy smell
Management Choline, lecithin-free diet
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