glycorrhea

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glycorrhea

 [gli″ko-re´ah]
any sugary discharge from the body.
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gly·cor·rhe·a

(glī'kō-rē'ă),
A discharge of sugar from the body, as in glucosuria, especially in unusually large quantities.
[glyco- + G. rhoia, a flow]
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glycorrhea

A nonspecific, generic term of uncertain clinical utility referring to any glucose-rich fluid—e.g., urine, transudate, aqueous humour.
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gly·cor·rhe·a

(glī'kōr-ē'ă)
Discharge of sugar from the body, as in glucosuria, especially in unusually large quantities.
Synonym(s): glycorrhoea.
[glyco- + G. rhoia, a flow]
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