homocystinemia

ho·mo·cys·ti·ne·mi·a

(hō'mō-sis'ti-nē'mē-ă),
Presence of an excess of homocystine in the plasma, as in homocystinuria.

homocystinemia

[-sis′tinē′mē·ə]
an amino acid disorder that causes an excess of homocystine in the blood. See also homocystinuria.

ho·mo·cys·ti·ne·mi·a

(hō'mō-sis'ti-nē'mē-ă)
Presence of an excess of homocystine in the plasma, as in homocystinuria.
Synonym(s): homocystinaemia.
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An increase in the serum level of vWF was observed in diseases that cause endothelial damage such as vasculitis, (3) systemic lupus erythematosus, rheumatoid arthritis, (4-6) scleroderma diabetes mellitus, (8-10) glomerulonephritis, (11) viral infections, toxemia of pregnancy, homocystinemia, myocardial infarction, and thromboembolic events.
Decrease of serum pyridoxal phosphate levels and homocystinemia after administration of 6-azauridine triacetate and their prevention by administration of pyridoxine.