urosepsis


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urosepsis

 [u″ro-sep´sis]
septic poisoning from retained and absorbed urinary substances. adj., adj urosep´tic.

ur·o·sep·sis

(yūr'ō-sep'sis),
1. Sepsis resulting from the infection of extravasated urine.
2. Sepsis from obstruction of infected urine.
[uro- + G. sēpsis, decomposition]

ur·o·sep·sis

(yūr'ō-sep'sis)
1. Sepsis resulting from the decomposition of extravasated urine.
2. Sepsis from obstruction of infected urine.
[uro- + G. sēpsis, decomposition]
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Material and Methods: All patients who presented to our institute for ureteric calculi with normal creatinine and no urosepsis were included in the study.
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