- alimentary diabetes
- s.diabetes alimentaria.
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diabetes — Either d. insipidus or d. mellitus, diseases having in common the symptom polyuria; when used without qualification, refers to d. mellitus. [G. d., a compass, a siphon, d.] adult onset d. non insulin dependent d. mellitus. alimentary d. SYN:… … Medical dictionary
glycosuria — 1. SYN: glucosuria. 2. Urinary excretion of carbohydrates. SYN: glycuresis (2). [glyco + G. ouron, urine] alimentary g. g. developing after the ingestion of a moderate amount of sugar or starch … Medical dictionary
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