Meaning of tyrosinemia

ty•ro•si•ne•mi•a

Pronunciation: (tī"rō-si-nē'mē-u, tir"ō-), [key]
— n. Pathol.
  1. an inherited disorder of tyrosine metabolism that can lead to liver and kidney disease and mental retardation unless controlled by a special diet.
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