urosepsin

ur·o·sep·sin

(yūr'ō-sep'sin),
An obsolete term for a substance formed by the decomposition of urine, supposed to be the cause of septic poisoning after urinary extravasation.
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urosepsin

An obsolete substance once described in decomposing urine, and held responsible for the septic manifestations of extravasated urine.
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