hypouricemia


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hypouricemia

 [hi″po-u″rĭ-se´me-ah]
deficiency of uric acid in the blood, along with xanthinuria, due to deficiency of xanthine oxidase, the enzyme required for conversion of hypoxanthine to xanthine and of xanthine to uric acid.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

hy·po·u·ri·ce·mi·a

(hī'pō-yū'ri-sē'mē-ă),
Reduced blood concentration of uric acid.
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hy·po·u·ri·ce·mi·a

(hī'pō-yūr'i-sē'mē-ă)
Reduced blood concentration of uric acid.
Synonym(s): hypouricaemia.
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The control was her father, who was in good health and for whom renal dysfunction, hypouricemia, albuminuria, and hematuria were excluded; his blood sample was obtained as described above.
Romitelli et al., "Hypouricemia linked to an overproduction of nitric oxide is an early marker of oxidative stress in female subjects with type 1 diabetes," Diabetes/Metabolism Research and Reviews, vol.
Fanconi Syndrome, characterized by normoglycemic glycosuria, hypophosphatemia, aminoaciduria, proteinuria, metabolic acidosis, and hypouricemia, may be caused by NtRTIs (like TDF) [16] and is widely reported in HIV-infected patients, also pediatric.
Various mutations of SLC2A9 were found in hypouricemia patients: Ile118HisfsX27 in a Czech family [23], exon 7 deletion in Ashkenazi Jewish [24], and R380W and R198C in Japanese [25].
Kuwabara et al., "Depletion of uric acid due to SLC22A12 (URAT1) loss-of-function mutation causes endothelial dysfunction in hypouricemia," Circulation Journal, vol.
(6) Signs of proximal renal tubular dysfunction include proteinuria, glucosuria, hypophosphatemia, hypouricemia, hypokalemia, low serum bicarbonate and/or elevated serum creatinine.
Serum biochemical analysis revealed hypoproteinemia (2.7 g/dL [27 g/L]; reference interval, 2.9-4.14 g/dL [29.0-41.4 g/L]), hypoalbuminemia (0.8 g/dL [8 g/ L]; reference interval, 1.11-1.35 g/dL [11.1-13.5 g/ L]), hypoglobulinemia (1.9 g/dL [19 g/L]; reference interval, 2.35-2.84 g/dL [23.5-28.4 g/L]), hypouricemia (3.13 mg/dL [186 [micro]mol/L]; reference interval, 6.94-9.68 mg/dL [413-576 [micro]mol/L]), low bile acids (0.82 [micro]g/mL [2 pmol/L]; reference interval, 8.17-36.76 [micro]g/mL [20-90 [micro]mol/L]), hyperglycemia (419 mg/dL [23.3 mmol/L]; reference interval, 183.8-261.3 mg/dL [10.2-14.5 mmol/L]), and hypocalcemia (8 mg/dL [2 mmol/L]; reference interval, 8.8-10.64 mg/dL [2.21-2.66 mmol/L]).
Tsuji, "The xanthine oxidase inhibitory activity and hypouricemia effect of the propolis in rats," Yakugaku Zasshi, vol.
Individuals with congenital URAT1 deficiencies demonstrate hypouricemia, hyperuricosuria, and in some cases exercise-induced renal failure.
Hypouricemia and hyperuricemia in type 2 diabetes: two different phenotypes.