dysglycemia

dysglycemia

 [dis″gli-se´me-ah]
any disorder of blood sugar metabolism.

dysglycemia

(dis-glī-sē'mē-ă),
Abnormal blood glucose levels from any cause that contribute to disease.
[dys- + glycemia]

dysglycemia

A nonspecific term for any alteration in serum glucose or other sugars in the general circulation.

dysglycemia

any disorder of blood sugar metabolism.
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After looking at the specimens, the researchers concluded that "microbiota encroachment" is related to abnormal blood sugar levels, also known as insulin-resistance-associated dysglycemia, in people.
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