uremia

[ US /jɝˈimiə/ ]
NOUN
  1. accumulation in the blood of nitrogenous waste products (urea) that are usually excreted in the urine
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  • Furthermore, fructose ingestion in humans results in increases in blood lactic acid, especially in patients with preexisting acidotic conditions such as diabetes, postoperative stress or uremia. WN.com - Articles related to M&S selling extra-big school uniforms for obese children
  • Additional cardiac risk factors specific to chronic kidney disease include volume overload, hyperparathyroidism, and uremia.
  • Chronic renal failure is a progressive deterioration of renal function that ends in uremia (ie, an excess of urea and other nitrogenous wastes in the blood).
  • When the uremia is severe enough to warrant dialysis, this therapy usually results in a correction of the serum calcium concentration.
  • The differential diagnoses included chronic hepatitis, idiopathic urticaria, uremia, polycythemia, thyroid disease, and malignancy, among others.
  • I would probably opt to clean up my affairs, say goodbye to my family, and drift out in uremia. THE STAPLE STREET GANG: MANDY AND THE PURPLE SPOTTED HANKY
  • Chronic renal failure is a progressive deterioration of renal function that ends in uremia (ie, an excess of urea and other nitrogenous wastes in the blood).
  • What is the distinction of uremia and kidney cancer?
  • Ultimately, patients may develop uremia and kidney failure.
  • She herself has been suffering from uremia inherited from her mother and is also registered as suffering from ‘slight amentia’ (mental deficiency) in her own disability certificate.
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