ketonemia

noun
an abnormal increase of ketone bodies in the blood as in diabetes mellitus
Syn: ↑ketosis, ↑acetonemia
Hypernyms: ↑symptom

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  • Ketonemia — is an excess of ketones in the blood.It can be associated with lipolysis.ee also* ketonuria * ketosis …   Wikipedia

  • ketonemia — [kēt΄ō nē′mē ə] n. [ KETON(E) + EMIA] an excess of ketone bodies in the blood …   English World dictionary

  • ketonemia — /kee toh nee mee euh/, n. Med. the presence of ketone bodies in the blood. [KETONE + EMIA] * * * …   Universalium

  • ketonemia — noun An excess of ketones in the blood, sometimes associated with lipolysis …   Wiktionary

  • ketonemia — The presence of recognizable concentrations of ketone bodies in the plasma. [ketone + G. haima, blood] * * * ke·to·ne·mia or chiefly Brit ke·to·nae·mia .kēt ə nē mē ə n 1) a condition marked by an abnormal increase of ketone bodies in the… …   Medical dictionary

  • ketonemia — n. abnormally large amount of ketone bodies in the blood (Medicine) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • ketonemia — ke·to·ne·mia …   English syllables

  • acetonemia — The presence of acetone or acetone bodies in relatively large amounts in the blood, manifested at first by erethism, and later by a progressive depression. [acetone + G. haima, blood] * * * ac·e·ton·emia or chiefly Brit ac·e·ton·ae·mia .as ə tō… …   Medical dictionary

  • hyperketonemia — Elevated concentrations of ketone bodies in the blood. * * * hy·per·ke·to·ne·mia or chiefly Brit hy·per·ke·to·nae·mia .kē tə nē mē ə n KETONEMIA (1) * * * hy·per·ke·ton·emia (hi″pər ke″to neґme ə) ketonemia …   Medical dictionary

  • ketonaemia — noun see ketonemia * * * ketonaemia or (US) ketonemia / ēˈmi ə/ noun (medicine) The presence of ketone bodies in the blood, as in diabetes • • • Main Entry: ↑ketone …   Useful english dictionary

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