dysbolism

dys·bo·lism

(dis'bō-lizm),
Abnormal, but not necessarily morbid, metabolism, as in alkaptonuria.
[dys- + G. bolē (metabolē), + -ismos, metabolism]

dysbolism

An obsolete, nonspecific term for metabolic dysfunction; metabolic disease is preferred in the working medical parlance.
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Clinical implication of endothelial dysfunction in patients with essential arterial hypertension and urate dysbolism with renal damage.
Taking all these evidences above, we discovered that alcohol-induced liver injury of zebrafish larvae was mainly caused by dysbolisms of lipid and alcohol.