Uremia

Definition of Uremia:

Condition characterized by excessive urea and other nitrogen compounds in the blood due to renal insufficiency.

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Seizure Disorder

...the condition
“...Known causes of seizures include ... Metabolic abnormalities found in diabetes mellitus, electrolyte imbalances, kidney failure, uremia, nutritional deficiencies and phenylketonuria (PKU)...”

Uremia

...the condition
“Although the term "uremia" literally means the presence of urea (and other nitrogen-containing wastes) in the blood, it is actually the complex terminal stage of kidney failure...”
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