ketonuria


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Synonyms for ketonuria

excessive amounts of ketone bodies in the urine as in diabetes mellitus or starvation

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The most commonly used diagnostic markers are prolonged and persistent nausea and vomiting, weight loss with electrolyte abnormalities, ketonuria, and dehydration (3).
Factors that favor the diagnosis of type 2 diabetes include onset in adulthood; obesity; less severe hyperglycemia; absence of ketonuria or DKA; evidence of insulin resistance; and usually a strong family history of type 2 diabetes.
Urinalysis showed proteinuria, glycosuria, ketonuria, bacteriuria and leukocyturia.
It is characterized by persistent vomiting, weight loss, ketonuria, electrolyte abnormalities, and dehydration (4).
Blood sugar levels should be strictly monitored, together with the presence of ketonuria, the renal function and electrolyte levels.
presence of ketonuria or symptomatic diabetes with polyuria, polydipsia and weight loss.
Evaluation of a portable meter to measure ketonemia and comparison with ketonuria for the diagnosis of canine diabetic ketoacidosis.
Glycosuria and/or ketonuria can result in falsely low measurements which could be an issue when analysing specimens collected from diabetic patients and other supplementary tests may be required to exclude suspected medical conditions (9).
Urinanalysis revealed marked glycosuria and ketonuria.
Men also recounted fewer incidents of ketonuria, better blood sugar levels, and fewer diabetes-related complications.
However, hypocaloric diets may result in ketonemia with resultant increases in free fatty acids and ketonuria.
The accumulation of ketones and acids results in a metabolic acidosis, ketonuria, and fruity/acetone breath (Fagan, 1995).
The researchers distributed questionnaires to the families of 105 children diagnosed with congenital hypothyroidism and phenyl ketonuria, both curable with medication.