Definition of "anuria" []

  • The absence of urine formation. Also called anuresis. (noun)

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Use "anuria" in a sentence
  • "Renal effects include oliguria or anuria (little or no urine excretion) due to tubular necrosis, often preceded by the formerly mentioned effects Mercury and Iron salts."
  • "Four of these animals lived in excellent nutritive condition for periods varying between one and seven months, when each in turn developed symptoms of acute jaundice (bile pigment in urine, yellowing of sclera and skin) accompanied by rise in rectal temperature, anuria and progressive bodily weakness, ending fatally in from two to three days after the onset."
  • "Bryce 15.119 records a case of anuria of seventeen days 'standing."