brownish urine

Dark-cloloured urine
Aetiology—pathologic Hematin, dipyrrole—from unstable haemoglobin—homogentisic acid, melanin, myoglobin, porphyrin, myoglobin,
Aetiology—nonpathologic/physiological Aloin, beets, cascara, chloroquine, cresol, drugs—azo gantricin, methylene blue—aniline dyes, fuschin, menses, iron, metronidazole, niridazole, nitrofurantoin, rhubarb, salol, methoxazole, sulfonamides

brownish urine

Urology Dark urine due to excretion of various substances, which can be 'physiological'—beets, drugs–azo gantricin, methylene blue, aniline dyes, fuschin, menses, or 'pathologic'–dipyrrole–from unstable Hb, RBCs, Hb, homogentisic acid, melanin, myoglobin, porphyrin
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Anaplasmosis has been clinically characterized by fever, severe anemia, jaundice, brownish urine, loss of appetite, dullness or depression, rapid deterioration of body condition, pale mucus membrane and labored breathing (Awadet al., 2011).
Infection is characterised by progressive haemolytic anaemia associated with high fever, jaundice, decreased milk production, abortion, hyper-sexcitability, dullness/ depression, deterioration of physical condition, brownish urine, loss of appetite, muscular tremors, constipation, pale mucus membrane and laboured breathing.