ketotic hyperglycinemia

ketotic hyperglycinemia
1. the elevated accumulation and excretion of glycine accompanied by ketosis that is secondary to propionicacidemia, methylmalonicacidemia, and other organic acidemias, as distinguished from nonketotic hyperglycinemia. 2. propionicacidemia (def. 1).

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