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acidemia

[‚as·ə′dēm·ē·ə]
(medicine)
A condition in which the pH of the blood falls below normal.
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In a prospective cohort of more than 3,000 women with category II tracings, the presence of meconium--especially thick meconium --was associated with a higher risk of acidemia and neonatal morbidity than was the absence of meconium.
Other diseases which may cause metabolic damage to the globus pallidi include Leigh Disease, propionic acidemia, and poisoning from cyanide or carbon monoxide.
La acidemia glutarica tipo 1 se puede sospechar por el cuadro clinico, los hallazgos neurorradiologicos y las pruebas bioquimicas; en nuestro paciente hubo cuadro encefalopatico agudo, macrocefalia y detencion del desarrollo psicomotor, y presento un episodio agudo de fiebre, emesis, convulsiones, alteracion del tono muscular y movimientos anormales, que son sintomas y signos muy sugestivos de AG-1.
En algunos casos, la suplementacion puede resultar en mejoria significativa para la patologia (aun sin restriccion dietetica); esto ocurre en algunos casos de acidemia metilmalonica en la que la suplementacion con vitamina B12 puede revertir la sintomatologia clinica.
An arterial blood gas suggested acidemia resulting from metabolic and respiratory acidosis with pH 7.
4%) BPD-PKU 3 2 Citrullinemia 3 3 NKHG 3 2 Homocystunuria 3 3 Hyperornithinemia 2 2 OTC deficiency 2 2 Organic Acid Propionic acidemia 14 11 Disorders Isovaleric Acidemia 10 7 35/119 MMA 5 2 (29.
The minister was addressing a pre-budget seminar organized by the Express Media Group aiming to solicit suggestions and views from different stakeholder including business community, acidemia and civil society for the forth coming federal budget 2012-13.
It took them seven years to find out that Elnnaz, now 13, is suffering from methylmalonic acidemia (MMA), a rare hereditary disorder where patients have difficulty breaking down and using certain amino and fatty acids from the food they eat.
Elnaz Zein Ali, an Iranian whose 13-year-old daughter suffers from Methylmalonic Acidemia (MMA) said dealing with the disease has been extremely difficult for his family.