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  1. Abnormality of the urea cycle - hereditary; Urea cycle - hereditary abnormality ... The urea cycle is a process in which waste (ammonia) is removed from the body. When you eat proteins, ...
  2. Urine urea nitrogen ... determine how much protein a person takes in. Urea is excreted by the kidneys. The test measures the amount of urea the kidneys excrete. The result can show how ...
  3. Urea Cycle Disease Overview From the National Institutes of Health (Rare Diseases Clinical Research Network)  
    Urea Cycle Disease Overview: Also see Urea Cycle Disorders In urea cycle disorders (UCD), the patient has a severe deficiency or is missing any of the first four enzymes ( ...
  4. National Urea Cycle Disorders Foundation (National Urea Cycle Disorders Foundation)  
    We know Urea Cycle Disorders. We live to conquer them. GET HELP AND SUPPORT: Do you need support, information on diagnosis, or help learning how to manage a urea cycle disorder? Tell us your story. We're ...
  5. What Is a Urea Cycle Disorder? (National Urea Cycle Disorders Foundation)  
    A urea cycle disorder is a genetic disorder caused by a mutation that results in a deficiency of one of the six enzymes in the urea cycle. These enzymes are responsible for removing ammonia ...
  6. Blood urea nitrogen
  7. 962 ... www.nlm.nih.gov ... The buildup of ammonia in the body is toxic and can cause brain damage, seizures and coma.
  8. Guide to Your Health Care: After Heart Transplantation (International Transplant Nurses Society) - PDF  
    ... rejection or infection in the transplanted heart. Blood Urea Nitrogen A test that indicates kidney function. The ...
  9. Multiple Myeloma: Patient Handbook (International Myeloma Foundation) - PDF  
    ... state of bone production and destruction. BUN (Blood Urea Nitrogen) : A measure of the urea level in the blood. Urea is cleared by the kidney. BUN is a ...
  10. HIV and Kidney Disease (New Mexico AIDS Education and Training Center)  
    ... level and the rate of creatinine clearance Blood Urea Nitrogen (BUN) shows up in the blood when ...
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