Definition of Polyuric

1. polyuria [adj] - See also: polyuria



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Polyuric

polyunsaturated fat
polyunsaturated fats
polyunsaturated fatty acid
polyunsaturated fatty acids
polyunsaturates
polyunsaturation
polyurea
polyureas
polyurethane
polyurethane foam
polyurethaned
polyurethanes
polyuria
polyuria test
polyurias
polyuric (current term)
polyuridine
polyuridylic acid
polyuronide
polyuronides
polyvalence
polyvalences
polyvalencies
polyvalency
polyvalent
polyvalent allergy
polyvalent antiserum
polyvalent serum
polyvalent vaccine
polyvariant

Literary usage of Polyuric

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1. A System of Practical Medicine by William Pepper, Louis Starr (1886)
"A most interesting group of cases has been recorded by Weil,1 where out of a family of 91, 28 were polyuric. The head of the family, a polyuric, ..."

2. The Influence of Heredity on Disease: With Special Reference to Tuberculosis by William Selby Church (1909)
"... no doubt tell the normal brothers and sisters of polyuric sufferers that if they married non-polyuric people they would produce non-polyuric offspring. ..."

3. Annual Abstract of Therapeutics, Materia Medica, Pharmacy and Toxicology by Apollinaire Bouchardat (1868)
"The polyuric affection is the calculous disease of adults. I -prefer the appellation polyuria or polyuric affection to that of diathesis, since the words ..."

4. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1908)
"The sound kidney will be likely to give way because a polyuric kidney is a diseased kidney—a forced kidney. The quantity of urea secreted by the calculous ..."

5. A Practical treatise on urinary and renal diseases: Illustrated by Numerous by William Roberts (1885)
"A hale farm laborer, aged fifty-one, who habitually performed the severest tasks, thrashing, mowing, etc., like his fellow-workmen, had been polyuric for ..."

6. A System of Practical Medicine by William Pepper, Louis Starr (1886)
"A most interesting group of cases has been recorded by Weil,1 where out of a family of 91, 28 were polyuric. The head of the family, a polyuric, ..."

7. The Influence of Heredity on Disease: With Special Reference to Tuberculosis by William Selby Church (1909)
"... no doubt tell the normal brothers and sisters of polyuric sufferers that if they married non-polyuric people they would produce non-polyuric offspring. ..."

8. Annual Abstract of Therapeutics, Materia Medica, Pharmacy and Toxicology by Apollinaire Bouchardat (1868)
"The polyuric affection is the calculous disease of adults. I -prefer the appellation polyuria or polyuric affection to that of diathesis, since the words ..."

9. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1908)
"The sound kidney will be likely to give way because a polyuric kidney is a diseased kidney—a forced kidney. The quantity of urea secreted by the calculous ..."

10. A Practical treatise on urinary and renal diseases: Illustrated by Numerous by William Roberts (1885)
"A hale farm laborer, aged fifty-one, who habitually performed the severest tasks, thrashing, mowing, etc., like his fellow-workmen, had been polyuric for ..."

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