carbohydraturia

carbohydraturia

 [kahr″bo-hi″drah-tu´re-ah]
excess of carbohydrates in the urine, such as in fructosuria, galactosuria, glycosuria, lactosuria, or pentosuria.
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car·bo·hy·drat·u·ri·a

(kar'bō-hī'dră-tyū'rē-ă),
General term denoting the excretion of one or more carbohydrates in the urine (for example, glucose, galactose, lactose, pentose), thus including such conditions as glycosuria (melituria), galactosuria, lactosuria, pentosuria, etc.
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carbohydraturia

(kär′bō-hī′drā-to͝or′ē-ə)
n.
The presence of an abnormally large amount of carbohydrates in the urine.
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car·bo·hy·drat·u·ria

(kahr'bō-hī-dră-tyūr'ē-ă)
Excretion of one or more carbohydrates in the urine.
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