calciuria


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Kalziurie

cal·ci·u·ri·a

n. calciuria, presencia de calcio en la orina.
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Sendo assim o excessivo aumento da amonia sanguinea pode levar a sintomas de intoxicacao no sistema nervoso central, causando tremores, fala tremula e visao turva, outros sintomas podem ser os renais, levando o individuo a um quadro uma calciuria, que e a eliminacao exagerada de sais de calcio pela urina ou ate mesmo a doencas como a osteoporose ou doenca renal.
In cases of hematuria, calciuria or pain, kidney sonography can be performed and creatinine and spot urine calcium are helpful in follow-up.
Ahora bien, el aumento de la prevalencia de enfermedades renales cronicas y su relacion con la exposicion a elementos nefrotoxicos como Cd y Pb, han permitido la identificacion de factores de riesgo modificables, asi como la necesidad de evaluar marcadores de dano precoz, por ejemplo [beta]-2-microglobulina urinaria ([beta]2Mur), albuminuria, calciuria y fosfatasa alcalina urinaria (FAu) [11,17].
Infants born or who had been living in Cyprus for the last year had higher levels of calciuria and serum calcitriol than those who had just immigrated to the island from North Anatolia.
The laboratory tests showed a serum calcium of 12.7mg/dl (laboratory range 8.7-10.4 mg/dl), phosphorus 2.4 mg/dl (2.4-5.1 mg/dl), hormone intact parathyroid (PTH) 216pg/ml (11-80 pg/ml), 25-hydroxyvitamin D 23 ng/ml (30-100 ng/ml), alkaline phosphatase 102 U/l (45-129 U/l), 980 mg calciuria in 24 hours, and preserved renal function.
The degree of calciuria can also be assessed with spot urine calcium/creatinine ratios, for which varying normal ranges exist for different age groups: <0.8 mg/mg ([less than or equal to]6 months of age), <0.6 mg/mg (7-12 months), <0.53 mg/mg (1-3 years), <0.39 mg/mg (3-5 years), <0.28 mg/mg (5-7 years) and <0.21 mg/mg (>7 years ) (28).
There he had normal serum calcium (S-Ca 2.36 mmol/L), serum phosphate (S-P 1.51 mmol/L), alkaline phosphatase (S-ALP 3.99 [micro]at/L), parathyroid hormone (S-PTH 1.42 pmol/L) levels, together with normal calciuria and phosphaturia.
Decreased serum calcium levels (p < 0.05) along with increased calciuria were observed in OVX (p < 0.05) when compared to sham animals.
Controversy exists regarding evidence that a high dietary acid load contributes to low bone mass via skeletal buffering, increased bone resorption, and calciuria [15].
Pace et al., "Urinary aquaporin 2 and calciuria correlate with the severity of enuresis in children," Journal of the American Society of Nephrology, vol.
Calcitonin reduced calciuria in 3 patients and fecal calcium in all patients, but these changes occurred only during treatment.
RodriguezGarcia, "Intake of dehydrated nopal (Opuntia ficus indica) improves bone mineral density and calciuria in adult Mexican women," Food & Nutrition Research, vol.
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