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an·u·ric

(an-yūr'ik),
Relating to anuria.

anuric

adjective Referring to or evoking anuria.

an·u·ric

(ă-nyūr'ik)
Relating to anuria.

an·u·ric

(ă-nyūr'ik)
Relating to anuria.
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Only one patient (five per cent) in the furosemide group became anuric following one year of PD, whereas nine patients (22%) in the control group lost urine output.
It challenges the current clinical belief that anuric patients cannot adequately complete or be successfully maintained on PD therapy," said Simon Davies, NSRI, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire UK, EAPOS study investigator.
Clinical manifestations of quinine toxicity * Clinical manifestations References Hematologic Thrombocytopenia 27 Neutropenia 35-37 Lymphocytopenia 38 Autoimmune hemolytic anemia 35, 36 Microangiopathic hemolytic anemia 18, 23 Disseminated intravascular coagulation 9, 28, 33 Renal manifestations Anuric acute renal failure 18, 23 Gastrointestinal manifestations Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea 18 Hepatic manifestations Acute liver failure simulating hepatitis 38, 39 Neurological manifestations Headache 18 Confusion 18 Coma 18 Blindness 40 Psychosis 41 Hypoglycemia 42 Systemic manifestations Fever, chills simulating sepsis 24, 43 * These manifestations may occur alone but often occur together.
Specimens were collected from nine anuric hemodialysis patients (seven men and two women; mean age, 76 years; range, 55-79 years).
This is highlighted by the recent report of an anuric patient presenting with paroxysmal hypertension suspected to be as a result of a dopamine-secreting tumor (20).
We found the serum F/E ratio to be increased in anuric CRI patients under hemodialysis, which we attribute to the destruction of renal 11-HSD-2.
Renal aspergillosis giving rise to obstructive uropathy and recurrent anuric renal failure.
For anuric patients, risks include causing fluid overload and pulmonary edema.
She declined into cardiogenic shock and became anuric (absence of or defective urine excretion).
Acute ingestion of PPD causes angioneurotic oedema of the neck and face, often requiring an emergency tracheostomy in children, and anuric or oliguric renal failure with chocolate-brown urine and rhabdomyolysis.