creatinuria


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creatinuria

 [kre″ah-tĭ-nu´re-ah]
increased concentration of creatine in the urine, as seen in muscular dystrophy, poliomyelitis, and various other conditions.

cre·at·i·nu·ri·a

(krē-at'i-nyū'rē-ă),
The urinary excretion of increased amounts of creatine.
[creatine + G. ouron, urine]

creatinuria

(krē′ə-tə-no͝or′ē-ə)
n.
An increased concentration of creatine in the urine.

creatinuria

[kre′ətinoo͡r′ē·ə]
increased concentration of creatine in the urine, as seen in muscular dystrophy, poliomyelitis, and various other conditions.

creatinuria

The excretion of creatine in urine. The term is generally understood in the working parlance to mean the excretion of excess creatine in urine.

cre·a·ti·nu·ri·a

(krē'ă-ti-nyūr'ē-ă)
The urinary excretion of increased amounts of creatine.
[creatine + G. ouron, urine]

creatinuria

Excess of the nitrogenous compound creatine in the urine. This occurs in conditions in which muscle is being broken down at an abnormal rate, as in acute fevers, severe DIABETES and starvation.

creatinuria

an increased concentration of creatine in the urine. An excessive endogenous breakdown of muscle can cause this.
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Renal function tests showed altered kidney function and random proteinuria and creatinuria, and later proteinuria at 24 hours, positive parameters for nephrotic syndrome.
Los valores de referencia normales fueron de 3,0-7,4 nM de DPD/mM de creatinuria en mujeres y 2,3-5,4 nM/ mM en hombres.
The calcium nutritional inventory, 24-hour calciuria, creatinuria and proteinuria; routine clinical and analytical parameters (hemoglobin, hematocrit, creatinine, uric acid) as well as other special parameters, such as calciotropic hormones (PTH, PTHrp) and vasoactive regulators (endothelin and nitritenitrate) were evaluated.

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