isosthenuria


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isosthenuria

 [i″sos-thĕ-nu´re-ah]
excretion of urine that has not been concentrated by the kidneys and has the same osmolality as that of plasma.

i·sos·the·nu·ri·a

(ī-sos'thē-nyū'rē-ă, ī'sō-sthē-),
A state in chronic renal disease in which the kidney cannot form urine with a higher or a lower specific gravity than that of protein-free plasma; specific gravity of the urine becomes fixed around 1.010, irrespective of the fluid intake.
[iso- + G. sthenos, strength, + ouron, urine]

isosthenuria

/isos·then·uria/ (i″sos-thin-ūr´e-ah) excretion of urine that has not been concentrated by the kidneys and has the same osmolality as that of plasma.

isosthenuria

Nephrology The excretion of urine with the same osmolality as plasma

i·sos·the·nu·ri·a

(ī-sos'thĕ-nyūr'ē-ă)
A state in chronic renal disease in which the kidney cannot form urine with a higher or a lower specific gravity than that of protein-free plasma; specific gravity of the urine becomes fixed around 1.010, irrespective of the fluid intake.
[iso- + G. sthenos, strength, + ouron, urine]

i·sos·the·nu·ri·a

(ī-sos'thĕ-nyūr'ē-ă)
A state in chronic renal disease in which kidney cannot form urine with a higher or a lower specific gravity than that of protein-free plasma.
[iso- + G. sthenos, strength, + ouron, urine]

isosthenuria

maintenance of a constant osmolality of the urine, regardless of changes in osmotic pressure of the blood.
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