A condition clinically identical to porphyria but with no abnormality in porphyrin excretion, consequent to drug ingestion or hemodialysis.

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pseu·do·por·phy·ria (soo″do-por-fērґe-ə) any of various conditions that are clinically identical to porphyria but not characterized by abnormal excretion of porphyrins; seen most often in patients who are taking certain drugs or are on hemodialysis.

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