renal glycosuria

(redirected from Nondiabetic glycosuria)

glycosuria

 [gli″ko-su´re-ah]
the presence of glucose in the urine; called also dextrosuria and glucosuria.
renal glycosuria glycosuria due to inability of the renal tubules to reabsorb glucose completely.
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re·nal gly·co·sur·i·a

the recurring or persistent excretion of glucose in the urine, in association with blood glucose levels that remain in the normal range; results from the failure of proximal renal tubules to reabsorb glucose at a normal rate from the glomerular filtrate (low renal threshold); defect in the glucose carrier in the nephron.
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renal glycosuria

n.
Recurring or persistent glycosuria in association with blood sugar levels that are in the normal range, resulting from the failure of renal tubules to reabsorb glucose at a normal rate from the glomerular filtrate.
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'renal' glycosuria

 A common–1:500 AR condition in which glycosuria occurs without hyperglycemia, unrelated to diet; subjects are asymptomatic, have a normal glucose tolerance test and utilization and storage of carbohydrates, but may become transiently ketotic in stress or pregnancy
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re·nal gly·co·su·ri·a

(rē'năl glī'kō-syūr'ē-ă)
The recurring or persistent excretion of glucose in the urine, in association with blood glucose levels in the normal range; results from the failure of proximal renal tubules to reabsorb glucose at a normal rate from the glomerular filtrate (low renal threshold); defect in the glucose carrier in the nephron.
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