glycosuria


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glycosuria

[‚glī·kō′shu̇r·ē·ə]
(medicine)
Presence of sugar in the urine.
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Medical Indications: edema, swollen kidney, discomfort of the abdomen and the sides of the body [loins]; glycosuria.
In the presence of an SGLT-2 inhibitor, glycosuria is increased, no matter what the plasma glucose level is.
Different mechanisms have been proposed to explain the possible influences of diabetes on bone metabolism, including glycosuria, AGEs, low levels of IGF-I or alteration in plasma insulin levels, impaired kidney function, and chronic inflammation.
05) in the mean plasma glucose level, diuresis, and glycosuria in the group with diabetes compared to the control group (Table 1).
The occurrence of glycosuria is known to be a result of plasma glucose concentrations in excess of the renal threshold for glucose and is, therefore, indicative of the magnitude of hyperglycemia.
Detail maternal history was taken including LMP for confirmation of gestational age past history of diabetes and any medical disorder and other variables that were asked include patient age parity weight of pregnant mother family history of diabetes in first degree relatives presence of polyhydramnios and glycosuria in current pregnancy history of congenital abnormal baby intrauterine fetal demise and early neonatal deaths in previous pregnancies.
Diabetes is a metabolic disorder associated with some characteristic symptoms as glycosuria, weight loss and polydipsia.
The other 2 patterns of proximal tubular damage are characteristically seen in patients with clinical Fanconi syndrome exhibiting type II renal tubular acidosis, phosphaturia, hyperuricemia, aminoaciduria, and glycosuria without hyperglycemia (those associated with cytoplasmic inclusions in proximal tubular cells and those with constipated lysosomes).
Firstly, reductions in drinking are likely to be attributable to the drug treatment improving the glucose control of the animals and so reducing polyuria and glycosuria.
In particular, alginic acid, the muco-polysaccharide in SW, is effective in discharging heavy metal and radioactive substances from the body and in decreasing cholesterol, as well as preventing high blood pressure and glycosuria (Kim and Kim, 1982; Kim and Cheong, 1984; Choi et al.
After the 5th day of injection, mice displaying glycosuria, hyperglycemia (with a blood glucose of 200-300 mg/dl) and decreased body weight were used for the experiment.