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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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In our study, anuric status (daily urine output [less than or equal to] 100 mL) seemed to negatively influence IFN-[lambda]3 concentrations, but this correlation was not statistically significant after adjustment for the variables that were significant in univariate analyses.
Mr X developed anuric AKI and required the initiation of HD treatment during his hospital stay, which was continued for a short period of time after he was discharged.
Acute renal failure in malaria is usually oliguric (<400 ml/day) or anuric (<50 ml/day) but urine output may be normal or increased.
The patient became anuric and continuous veno-venous haemofiltration was initiated via a right internal jugular vascular catheter.
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Due to the shortcoming of urine biomarkers in anuric KTx recipients, some studies have evaluated the performance of serum/plasma NGAL in predicting graft function recovery after KTx [21, 27].
Acute uric acid nephropathy typically presents as oliguric or anuric acute renal failure and is most frequently seen in the setting of massive tissue destruction because of tumor lysis syndrome.