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the presence of abnormally high levels of glucose in the urine

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4,5) Consequently, excess glucose that cannot be reabsorbed is excreted, resulting in glucosuria.
40] Secretion of vasopressin is increased in diabetes and mediates compensatory upregulation in AQP2 and AQP3 in response to the severe water loss induced by glucosuria after STZ administration.
Omitting insulin causes increased glucosuria, resulting in weight loss and poor metabolic control, increasing the risk of long-term microvascular complications of type 1 diabetes (Goebel-Fabbri, 2013).
Glucosuria during treatment with glipizide was generally 500 mg/dL [27.
In his famous experiment, "la pigure-diabetique," he demonstrated the induction of diabetes resulting in glucosuria by puncturing the floor of the fourth ventricle in rabbits.
Nephrotoxic effects have been reported for citrinin include reduced glomerular filtration rate and renal blood flow resulting in increased blood urea nitrogen concentration, urinary lactic acid dehydrogenase, aspartate amino transferase, and isocitric dehydrogenase activities, as well as proteinuria, glucosuria, lowered urinary specific gravity, and the presence of necrotic cells in the urinary sediment (Kogika et al, 1996).
Previously reported comparisons between self-reported diabetes status in our study and test results for glycosylated hemoglobin and glucosuria showed that only 1% of the individuals without self-reported diabetes tested positive on urinary glucose, whereas 61% of the individuals with self-reported diabetes tested positive (p < 0.
Urine analysis revealed bilirubinuria (+ ++), glucosuria (++), proteinuria (++), ketonuria (++++), isosthenuria and acidic urine pH.
El analisis de orina revelo glucosuria, hematuria y proteinuria (100 mg/dL y 17-20 RBC y 8-10 leucocitos por campo de 40X, respectivamente) con conteos bajos de bacterias.
If you have a patient who's got diabetic nephropathy, a little proteinuria, and occasionally some glucosuria (4) because of intermittently uncontrolled diabetes, that might be a patient whose monitoring is going to be challenging, although their risk of tenofovir toxicity is not increased.
In cases of an acute poisoning, lead causes lesions to the kidneys and exactly at the proximal tubes, a hypophosphatemia and glucosuria or (Fanconi syndrome) have been recorded [34 and 35] whereas the intense chronic exposure to Pb caused a nephrosclerotic problem and a cortical atrophy [37, 38, and 39].
Additional evaluation is warranted if hematuria or glucosuria are identified because they may be precursors for other morbidities, such as bladder carcinoma or diabetes mellitus (Newman & Wein, 2009).
Sodium-glucose cotransporter type II inhibitors (SGLT2): from familial renal glucosuria to the treatment of type II diabetes mellitus.