Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun A condition marked by the presence of acid in the urine.

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  • noun medicine The presence of an acid in the urine

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Examples

  • Aminoacidopathies (maple syrup urine disease; homocystinuria; cobalamin deficiencies; tyrosinemia; urea cycle defects (ornithine transcarbamylase, carbamyl phosphate synthase, citrullinemia, argininosuccinic aciduria, arginase deficiencies) and non-ketotic hyperglycinemia)

    Biochemical Genetics-Metabolic Disease

  • Modulation of B12 dosage and response in fetal treatment of methylmalonic aciduria (MMA); Titration of treatment dose to serum and urine MMA.

    Prenatal Diagnosis

  • The government has been led to believe now that the daughter suffers from glutaric aciduria, a rare genetic disorder that is often mistaken for child abuse.

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  • The government has been led to believe now that the daughter suffers from glutaric aciduria, a rare genetic disorder that is often mistaken for child abuse.

    A Miscarriage Of Justice « Unambiguously Ambidextrous

  • Verhoeven NM, Salomons GS, Berthelot J, Vianay-Saban C, et al. (2006) D-2-hydroxyglutaric aciduria in three patients with proven SSADH deficiency: genetic coincidence or a related biochemical epiphenomenon?

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  • In humans, SSADH deficiency, known as GHB aciduria, is a genetically inherited disease causing non-specific neurological disorders due to the accumulation of GHB and GABA in the brain.

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  • In humans, SSADH deficiency, known as GHB aciduria, is a genetically inherited disease causing non-specific neurological disorders due to the accumulation of GHB and GABA in the brain.

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  • In humans, SSADH deficiency, known as GHB aciduria, is a genetically inherited disease causing non-specific neurological disorders due to the accumulation of GHB and GABA in the brain.

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