ketonuria


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ketoaciduria

 [ke″to-as″ĭ-du´re-ah]
the presence of ketone bodies in the urine; this condition is common in uncontrolled diabetes mellitus but can also occur anytime the body begins to break down fatty tissue to provide energy, as in starvation. Called also ketonuria.
branched-chain ketoaciduria maple syrup urine disease.

ke·to·nu·ri·a

(kē'tō-nyū'rē-ă),
Enhanced urinary excretion of ketone bodies.

ketonuria

/ke·ton·uria/ (ke″to-nu´re-ah) an excess of ketone bodies in the urine.

ketonuria

(kē′tə-no͝or′ē-ə)
n.
The presence of ketone bodies in the urine, occurring as a result of increased metabolism of fats rather than carbohydrates.

ke′to·nu′ric adj.

ketonuria

ke·to·nu·ri·a

(kē'tō-nyūr'ē-ă)
Enhanced urinary excretion of ketone bodies.

ketonuria

The presence of the ketone bodies acetone, aceto-acetic acid or beta-hydroxybutyric acid in the urine, usually in cases of untreated DIABETES.

Ketonuria

The presence of large amount of ketones in the urine. These byproducts of inadequate breakdown of nutrients indicate that the body is in starvation.

ke·to·nu·ri·a

(kē'tō-nyūr'ē-ă)
Enhanced urinary excretion of ketone bodies.

ketonuria

(kē´tōnyoo´rēə)
n the indication of extra bodies of ketone within urine caused by decreased or unstable metabolism of carbohydrates; occurs more frequently in certain medical conditions (e.g., starvation acidosis and diabetes mellitus); may also be called
acetonuria.

ketonuria

an excess of ketone bodies in the urine.
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One thing suggesting it may be different is that children with type 2 present fairly commonly with ketonuria (33%) or even ketoacidosis (5%-10%).
When physical or cognitive symptoms predominate, depression may be difficult to recognize, because poorly controlled diabetes with persistent hyperglycemia and ketonuria can have similar symptoms.
When ketones are eliminated in excessive amounts in the urine, the condition is called ketonuria, acetonemia.
Persistent glucosuria or ketonuria may require that the usual insulin regimen be supplemented with regular insulin.
3]), and the presence of ketonuria and bacteriuria.
Type I and II diabetes Signs and symptoms of hyperglycemia and ketonuria Findings of the DCCT
5g/L), a normal leukocyte count, normal TSH and FT4, FT3, increased levels of transaminases and ketonuria.
sup][18] Type 1 diabetes mellitus was defined as patients with a medical history of acute ketoacidosis when they were diagnosed with diabetes mellitus, with a large amount of ketonuria, and required persistent insulin therapy within the 1[sup]st year after diagnosed with diabetes mellitus.
Most commonly the patients had wide anion gap metabolic acidosis and ketonuria.
Urine analysis revealed bilirubinuria (+ ++), glucosuria (++), proteinuria (++), ketonuria (++++), isosthenuria and acidic urine pH.