acidemia

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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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The short-chain acylcarnitine C3 is an extremely important diagnostic marker for certain organic acidemias.
However, other disorders, such as the tyrosinemias and certain organic acidemias such as MMA and cobalamin disorders, have a substantially higher false-positive rate (~0.
In addition, based on our experience, it may be easier to diagnose organic acidemias and short-chain acylcarnitine disorders in blood rather than in bile because, relatively speaking, these metabolites are apparently excreted at lower concentrations in bile than in blood (based on the data presented here).
Their group focuses on Michael's specific organic acidemia, glutaric acidemia type 1, a disorder that has a high incidence rate in the Amish community.
Organic acidemias caused by mitochondrial enzyme defects in the catabolism of branched-chain amino acids and fatty acid oxidation defects constitute a group of >20 disorders in which acyl-CoA esters accumulate in the mitochondria.
Clinical features and management of organic acidemias in Japan.
Group of organic acidemias, like methylmalonic acidemia, propionic acidemia and isovaleric acidemia.
A GC/MS/MS screening method for multiple organic acidemias from urine specimens.
In reported results on screening of organic acidemias, the incidence ranges between 4% (7) and 6.