Idiogenic osmole | definition of idiogenic osmole by Medical dictionary
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osmol, osmole (oz'mol?, os')
The standard unit of osmotic pressure based on a one molal concentration of an ion in a solution. osmolal (oz-mo'lal), adjective
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As a means of adaptation to gradual onset hypernatraemia, the brain increases its intracellular content of idiogenic osmoles
, thus regaining its cell volume.
Elevation of rat brain amino acids, ammonia and idiogenic osmoles
induced by hyperosmolality.