Medical Dictionary


noun ty·ro·sin·emia
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Medical Definition of tyrosinemia

  1. :  a rare inherited disorder of tyrosine metabolism that is characterized by abnormally high concentrations of tyrosine in the blood and urine with associated abnormalities especially of the liver and kidneys

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