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Water Clinical Terms

A&P CH18 Water, Electrolyte, and the Acid-Base Balance Clinical Terms

acetonemia abnormal amounts of acetone in blood
acetonuria abnormal amounts of acetone in urine
albuminuria albumin in urine
anasarca widespread accumulation of tissue fluid
antacid substance that neutralizes an acid
anuria absence of urine excretion
azotemia accumulation of nitrogenous wastes in blood
diuresis increased urine production
glucosuria excess sugar in urine
hyperglycemia abnormally high blood sugar level
hyperkalemia excess potassium in blood
hypernatremia excess sodium in the blood
hyperuricemia excess uric acid in the blood
hypoglycemia abnormally low blood sugar level
ketonuria ketone bodies in the urine
ketosis acidosis due to excess ketone bodies in body fluids
proteinuria protein in the urine
uremia toxic condition resulting from nitrogenous wastes in the blood