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polyuria

 [pol″e-u´re-ah]
excessive excretion of urine, such as with diabetes mellitus.

pol·y·u·ri·a

(pol'ē-yū'rē-ă),
Excessive excretion of urine resulting in profuse and frequent micturition.
[poly- + G. ouron, urine]

polyuria

(pōl′ē-yo͝or′ē-ə)
n.
Excessive passage of urine, as in diabetes.

pol′y·u′ric adj.

polyuria

Nephrology Excessive urination due to ↑ production

pol·y·u·ri·a

(pol'ē-yūr'ē-ă)
Excessive excretion of urine resulting in profuse micturition; causes include diabetes insipidus, diabetes mellitus, and hypercalcemia, but sometimes results from overhydration.
[poly- + G. ouron, urine]

polyuria

The formation of abnormally large quantities of urine. See also POLYDIPSIA.

Polyuria

Excessive production of urine.

pol·y·u·ri·a

(pol'ē-yūr'ē-ă)
Excessive excretion of urine resulting in profuse and frequent micturition.
[poly- + G. ouron, urine]
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Mira et al., "Aquaporin 2 and apical calcium-sensing receptor: new players in polyuric disorders associated with hypercalciuria," Seminars in Nephrology, vol.
We postulated that this polyuria was due to washout of the medullary concentrating gradient during the previous, more profound, polyuric phase; transient adrenal insufficiency; or an alternative, as yet unknown, diuretic effect of either the baclofen or quetiapine.
For example, approximately 20% to 30% of patients treated with lithium become polyuric. (22) Lithium's therapeutic mode of action is unclear, but it has been speculated that lithium interferes with second messenger signals, such as cAMP If this is true, lithium-induced NDI could result from disruption of the signal that normally results from ADH binding to its receptor.
Polyuric states in man: water and salt homeostasis in health and disease.
In the first days of treatment, an increase in urinary output was observed as expected, but the volume progressively decreased in the following days and stabilized within 15-20 days although the patients remained polyuric.
Our patient's clinical condition recovered, with a polyuric phase after decompression treated with desmopressin.
His renal failure gradually subsided with a transient polyuric phase.