Definition of Haemoglobinuria

1. Noun. Presence of hemoglobin in the urine.

Exact synonyms: Hemoglobinuria
Generic synonyms: Symptom



Definition of Haemoglobinuria

1. Noun. (alternative spelling of hemoglobinuria) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Medical Definition of Haemoglobinuria

1. Haemoglobin in the urine. (12 Dec 1998)

Lexicographical Neighbors of Haemoglobinuria

haemoglobin Yakima
haemoglobin electrophoresis
haemoglobinaemia
haemoglobinaemia paralytica
haemoglobinemia
haemoglobinocholia
haemoglobinolysis
haemoglobinometer
haemoglobinometers
haemoglobinometry
haemoglobinopathies
haemoglobinopathy
haemoglobinopepsia
haemoglobinophilic
haemoglobins
haemoglobinuria (current term)
haemoglobinurias
haemoglobinuric
haemoglobinuric fever
haemoglobinuric nephrosis
haemogram
haemohistioblast
haemoid
haemolamella
haemoleukocyte
haemolipase
haemolith
haemology
haemolutein
haemolymph

Literary usage of Haemoglobinuria

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Twentieth Century Practice: An International Encyclopedia of Modern Medical by Thomas Lathrop Stedman (1900)
"All or nearly all authors place haemoglobinuria among the pernicious fevers. We maintain, however, that a special place should be reserved for ..."

2. The Treatment of Disease: A Manual of Practical Medicine by Reynold Webb Wilcox (1907)
"This type of haemoglobinuria is caused by the presence in the organism cf poisonous substances which separate the haemoglobin from the red cdk Such poisons ..."

3. Albuminuria and Bright's disease by Nestor Isidore Charles Tirard (1899)
"haemoglobinuria is necessarily totally independent of any injury to the capillaries of the kidney, or of any part of the genito-urinary tract, ..."

4. The Principles of clinical pathology: A Text-book for Students and Physicians by Ludolf von Krehl (1907)
"Paroxysmal haemoglobinuria.—The condition known as paroxysmal haemoglobinuria is characterized by the passage of red to dark-brown urine. ..."

5. An Abstract of the Symptoms by Reed & Carnrick (1891)
"It would appear, therefore, that a partial haemoglobinuria resulting from the destruction of the red blood discs is the true explanation of the high-colored ..."

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