enzymuria

enzymuria

[en′zīmoo͡r′ē·ə]
the presence of enzymes in urine.

enzymuria

(ĕn″zī-mū′rē-ă) [″ + ″ + ouron, urine]
The presence of enzymes in the urine.
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Regarding uGGT, the frequency of enzymuria observed in this study at T0 (70%) was higher than that reported by DE SCHEPPER et al.
This pathology was characterized by tubular degeneration, interstitial fibrosis and hyalinization of glomeruli accompanied by enzymuria and impaired renal function without nephrotic syndrome.
The shedding of the tubular epithelial membrane (and consequently the RBBME) might occur before the histopathological damage and this enzymuria could be a useful early marker of renal damage.
Circulating adhesion molecules and neutral endopeptidase enzymuria in patients with urolithiasis and hydronephrosis.
Measurement of tubular enzymuria facilitates early detection of acute renal impairment in the intensive care unit.
Significance of enzymuria in early diagnosis of diabetic nephropathy [Znachenie fermenturii v ranney diagnostike diabeticheskoy nefropatii], in Russian, Guidelines, Uzbekistan, Tashkent: "KhT Mamasaidov" Publishing House
The relationship between enzymuria and kidney enzyme activities in experimental gentamicin nephrotoxicity.
2007) Effects of aerobic exercise on microalbuminuria and enzymuria in type 2 diabetic patients.
Enzymuria in a population living near a cadmium battery plant.
Prognostic Value of Tubular Proteinuria and Enzymuria in Nonoliguric Acute Tubular Necrosis.
Study was aimed at an early detection of subclinical disorders in renal function in patients with ischemic heart disease (IHD), post-infarction cardiosclerosis (PICS) complicated by II-III functional class (FC) of chronic heart failure (CHF) by determination of a level of enzymuria and glomerular filtration rate (GFR).
No adverse events occurred as a result of testing for the purpose of classifying patients as having ATN or as a result of measurements for proteinuria or enzymuria.