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Acetonuria

Introduction: Acetonuria

Description of Acetonuria

Acetonuria: Presence of acetone and diacetic compounds in the urine.

Acetonuria: excessive amounts of ketone bodies in the urine as in diabetes mellitus or starvation.
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Acetonuria: Related Topics

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Hierarchical classifications of Acetonuria

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  • symptom
  • evidence,grounds
  • information
  • cognition,knowledge,noesis
  • psychological feature

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