hydropenia


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hy·dro·pe·ni·a

(hī'drō-pē'nē-ă),
Reduction or deprivation of water.
[hydro- + G. penia, poverty]

hydropenia

[-pē′nē·ə]
1 the process of removing water from a living thing.
2 the condition resulting from lack of water in the body tissues.

hydropenia

(hī″drō-pē′nē-ă) [″ + penia, poverty]
A deficiency of water in the body.

hydropenia (hī·drō·pēˑ·nē·),

n condition marked by water deficiency in body tissues.
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Effective glomerular filtration pressure and single nephron filtration rate during hydropenia, elevated ureteral pressure, and acute volume expansion with isotonic saline.