fructosemia

fructosemia

 [fruk″to-se´me-ah]
the presence of fructose in the blood, as in fructose intolerance.

fruc·to·se·mi·a

(fruk-tō-sē'mē-ă),
Presence of fructose in the circulating blood.
See also: hereditary fructose intolerance.
Synonym(s): levulosemia

fructosemia

/fruc·to·se·mia/ (frook″to-se´me-ah) the presence of fructose in the blood, as in hereditary fructose intolerance and essential fructosuria.

fructosemia

[froo͡k′tōsē′mē·ə]
Etymology: L, fructus, fruit; Gk, haima, blood
the presence of fructose in the blood.

fruc·to·se·mi·a

(fruk'tō-sē'mē-ă)
Presence of fructose in the circulating blood.
Synonym(s): fructosaemia.

fructosemia

the presence of fructose in the blood, as in fructose intolerance.
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Ictericias - Hepatopatias de base metabolica: patologicas Galactosemia, fructosemia, fibrosis - Anemias quistica, deficit de [alpha] hemoliticas: 1-antitripsina.
The plasma samples from the patients with fructosemia and galactosemia were obtained before dietary treatment.
Several disorders and/or conditions are known to cause N-glycan abnormalities, such as galactosemia (16), fructosemia (17), chronic alcohol abuse (18), and HUS due to a Streptococcus pneumoniae infection (19).
Actualmente, se responsabiliza tambien a los trastornos metabolicos como posible causa fundamental del SMSL, siendo reportadas algunas entidades como: alteraciones en la cadena respiratoria mitocondrial, aciduria dicarboxilica, aciduria etilmalonica, aciduria metilmalonica, aciduria propionica, aciduria isovalerica, glucogenosis tipo I, galactosemia, fructosemia, enfermedad de Wolman, homocistinuria, trastornos del ciclo de la urea, acidosis lacticas (biotinidasa, piruvato deshidrogenasa) y trastornos de la [beta]-oxidacion mitocondrial de los acidos grasos entre otras (95,95,97,98).
Actualmente, los trastornos metabolicos tambien se identifican como posibles causas fundamentales del SMSL, y son reportadas algunas entidades como: alteraciones en la cadena respiratoria mitocondrial, aciduria dicarboxilica, aciduria etilmalonica, aciduria metilmalonica, aciduria propionica, aciduria isovalerica, glucogenosis tipo I, galactosemia, fructosemia, enfermedad de Wolman, homocisitnuria, trastornos del ciclo de la urea, acidosis lacticas (biotinidasa, piruvato deshidrogenasa) y trastornos de la [beta]-oxidacion mitocondrial de los acidos grasos, entre otras (5).
1] deficiency, biliary atresia, obstruction of the biliary tract, and certain disorders such as tyrosinemia, fructosemia, and galactosemia.
Other well-documented causes of transferrin hypoglycosylation or increased CDT concentrations, such as biliary cirrhosis or chronic active hepatitis (3), fructosemia (14), galactosemia (15), and reduced ferritin concentrations (16) could be ruled out clinically or by routine laboratory analyses.