homocystinemia

ho·mo·cys·ti·ne·mi·a

(hō'mō-sis'ti-nē'mē-ă),
Presence of an excess of homocystine in the plasma, as in homocystinuria.
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ho·mo·cys·ti·ne·mi·a

(hō'mō-sis'ti-nē'mē-ă)
Presence of an excess of homocystine in the plasma, as in homocystinuria.
Synonym(s): homocystinaemia.
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