indolaceturia

in·dol·ac·e·tu·ri·a

(in'dōl-as'ĕ-tyū'rē-ă),
Excretion of an appreciable amount of indoleacetic acid in the urine; a manifestation of Hartnup disease, also seen in patients with carcinoid tumors.

in·dol·ac·e·tu·ri·a

(in'dōl-as'ĕ-tyūr'ē-ă)
Excretion of an appreciable amount of indoleacetic acid in the urine; a manifestation of Hartnup disease (q.v.).

indolaceturia

(ĭn″dōl″ăs″ĭ-tūr′ē-ă) [ indole + L. acetum, vinegar, + Gr. ouron, urine]
The excretion of an increased amount of indoleacetic acid in the urine. This occurs in patients with phenylketonuria and may also be increased by eating serotonin-containing foods (e.g., bananas).