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hyperosmolality

 [hi″per-oz″mo-lal´ĭ-te]
an increase in the osmolality of the body fluids.

hy·per·os·mo·lal·i·ty

(hī'pĕr-oz'mō-lal'i-tē),
Increased osmotic concentration of a solution expressed as osmoles of solute per kilogram of serum water.

hyperosmolality

/hy·per·os·mo·lal·i·ty/ (-oz″mo-lal´ĭ-te) an increase in the osmolality of the body fluids.

hy·per·os·mo·lal·i·ty

(hī'pĕr-oz'mō-lal'i-tē)
Increased concentration of a solution expressed as osmoles of solute per kilogram of serum water.

hyperosmolality

an increase in the osmolality of the body fluids.
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