calciuria


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hypercalciuria

 [hi″per-kal″se-u´re-ah]
excess of calcium in the urine, such as in hypercalcemia or in defective renal tubular reabsorption of calcium.

calciuria

(kăl′sē-yo͝or′ē-ə)
n.
The presence of calcium in the urine.

calciuria

[kal′sioo͡r′ē·ə]
Etymology: L, calx, lime; Gk, ouron, urine
the presence of calcium in the urine.

cal·ci·u·ri·a

(kal'sē-yūr'ē-ă)
The urinary excretion of calcium; sometimes used as a synonym for hypercalciuria.

calciuria

calcium in the urine.
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There, the S- Ca, P, PTH, phosphaturia, and calciuria were all normal.
En 20 pacientes se realizo estudio de calciuria con reporte elevado en 4 (20.
Con respecto a los analisis de laboratorio e imagenologicos de este estudio, fue dificil establecer un protocolo de estudio, dado que cada paciente fue abordado individualmente; de igual manera, los diferentes estudios publicados son enfaticos en que los pacientes con hematuria aislada, sea macro o microhematuria, no ameritan estudios exhaustivos diferentes al uroanalisis, calciuria y creatinina serica en el abordaje inicial; y solo uroanalisis dentro del seguimiento clinico a largo plazo (7,9,14).
During the second trimester calcium intake increased with subsequent decrease of PTH, 24 hours calciuria and blood pressure.
Se establecieron asociaciones entre los siguientes factores y la presencia de sintomas de HI en ninos: el genero masculino (p = 0,006; OR = 6,2; IC = 1,6-24,5) y la magnitud de la calciuria (p = 0,003).
Los valores elevados de calciuria (mayor a 6 mg/kg/dia) y el genero masculino, se asocian con la presencia de sintomas de HI en ninos.
Finally, hydrochlorothiazide is used for patients who demonstrate significant calciuria.
Adherence to a low salt, normal calcium level diet for some months can reduce calciuria and oxaluria.
Correspondence between Ca2+ and calciuria, citrate level and pH of urine in pediatric urolithiasis.
9 [micro]g/24 hr (equivalent to about 2 [micro]g/g creatinine) for calciuria and 2.
The manifestations of Cd nephrotoxicity include proteinuria, calciuria, aminoaciduria, glycosuria, and tubular necrosis (IPCS 1992; Jarup et al.
The manifestations of Cd nephrotoxicity, including proteinuria, calciuria, amino-aciduria, glycosuria, and tubular necrosis, have been detected at renal Cd concentrations of [greater than or equal to] 50 [micro]g/g tissue ww.

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