Definition of Ammoniuria
1. Noun. Excessive ammonia in the urine.
Medical Definition of Ammoniuria
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Literary usage of Ammoniuria
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1. Manual of Vital Function Testing Methods and Their Interpretation by Wilfred Mason Barton (1917)
"Experimental Provocative ammoniuria.—This test is based upon the fact that normally, the liver transforms all ammonia transported to it into urea. ..."
2. Intestinal Auto-intoxication by Adolphe Combe, Albert Fournier, William Gaynor States (1908)
"ammoniuria is then a sign of profound functional and organic failure of the liver. ... Normal ammoniuria Does Not ..."
3. The Diseases of Children: A Work for the Practising Physician by Meinhard von Pfaundler, Arthur Schlossmann (1912)
"... catarrh of the bladder (phosphaturia, ammoniuria, gravel, excessive secretion of uric acid). The treatment of these conditions is directed to the cause. ..."