carnosinuria

carnosinuria

 [kahr″no-sĭ-nu´re-ah]
an aminoaciduria characterized by an excess of carnosine in the urine; it occurs in carnosinemia or may be dietary in origin, especially in young children.

carnosinuria

/car·no·sin·u·ria/ (-sĭ-nu´re-ah) excessive carnosine in the urine, such as after ingestion of meat or in serum carnosinase deficiency.