urocrisis

ur·o·cri·sis

(yūr'ō-krī'sis),
1. Obsolete term for the critical stage of a disease course accompanied by a copious discharge of urine.
2. Severe pain in any of the urinary organs or passages occurring in tabes dorsalis.
Synonym(s): urocrisia (1)
[uro- + G. krisis, crisis]

urocrisis

(1) An obsolete term that formerly dignified the “crisis” stage of certain kidney diseases (e.g., acute renal failure), which was marked by diuresis. 
(2) A near-extinct term for the painful spasms of the urinary tract once commonly seen in the later stage of syphilis.

ur·o·cri·sis

(yūr'ō-krī'sis)
Severe pain in any of the urinary organs or passages.
[uro- + G. krisis, crisis]