ammonemia

am·mo·ne·mi·a

, ammoniemia (am'ō-nē'mē-ă, am'ō-ne-ē'mē-ă),
The presence of ammonia or some of its compounds in the blood, thought to be formed from the decomposition of urea; it usually results in subnormal temperature, weak pulse, gastroenteric symptoms, and coma.
Synonym(s): hyperammonemia
[ammonia + G. haima, blood]

am·mo·ne·mi·a

, ammoniemia (hī'pĕr- ă-mō-nē'mē-ă)
The presence of ammonia or some of its compounds in the blood, thought to be formed from the decomposition of urea; it usually results in subnormal temperature, weak pulse, gastroenteric symptoms, and coma.
[ammonia + G. haima, blood]

ammoniemia

, ammonemia (ă-mō″nē-ē′mē-ă) (ă-mō-nē′mē-ă) [ ammonia + -emia]
Excessive ammonia in the blood. Normally, only faint traces of ammonia are found in the blood. Increased amounts are due to a pathological condition such as impaired liver function.
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A putative encephalopathy reflected by the course of ammonemia was not evidenced in our case.