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ureidosuccinic acid
A precursor of the pyrimidines. SYN: N-carbamoylaspartic acid.
urelcosis
Obsolete term for ulceration of any part of the urinary tract. [G. ouron, urine, + helkosis, ulceration]
Uremia
The presence of excessive amounts of urea in the blood, which may be a sign of kidney disease or failure. See also urea. * * * 1. An excess of urea and other nitrogenous waste ...
uremic
Relating to uremia.
uremigenic
1. Of uremic origin or causation. 2. Causing or resulting in uremia.
ureo-
See ure-.
ureotele
An organism that is ureotelic; E.G., primates.
ureotelia
The process or type of nitrogen excretion in which urea is the primary end product. [urea + G. telos, end, outcome, + -ia]
ureotelic
Excreting nitrogen primarily in the form of urea. [ ureo- + G. telos, end]
urerythrin
SYN: uroerythrin.
uresiesthesia
The desire to urinate. SYN: uriesthesia. [G. ouresis, a urinating, + aisthesis, sensation]
uresis
SYN: urination. [G. ouresis]
Ureter
: A tube that carries urine down from the kidney to the bladder. There are normally two kidneys so there are accordingly two ureters under normal circumstances, one ureter coming ...
ureteral
Relating to the ureter. SYN: ureteric.
ureteralgia
Pain in the ureter. [ureter + G. algos, pain]
uretercystoscope
SYN: ureterocystoscope.
ureterectasia
Dilation of a ureter. SYN: hydroureter, megaloureter. [ureter + G. ektasis, a stretching out]
ureterectomy
Excision of a segment or all of a ureter. [ureter + G. ektome, excision]
ureteric
SYN: ureteral.
ureteritis
Inflammation of a ureter.
uretero-
The ureter. [G. oureter, urinary canal]
ureterocalicostomy
Anastomosis of ureter to lower-pole collecting system of kidney after amputation of a portion of lower-pole parenchyma. [ uretero- + G. kalyx, cup of a flower, + stoma, mouth] ...
ureterocele
Saccular dilation of the terminal portion of the ureter which protrudes into the lumen of the urinary bladder, probably due to a congenital stenosis of the ureteral meatus. [ ...
ureterocelorraphy
Excision and suturing of a ureterocele performed through an open cystotomy incision. [ ureterocele + G. raphe, suture]
ureterocolic
Relating to the ureter and the colon, especially to an anastomosis for lesions of the lower urinary tract.
ureterocolostomy
Implantation of the ureter into the colon. SYN: ureterosigmoidostomy. [ uretero- + G. kolon, colon, + stoma, mouth]
ureterocystoplasty
Augmentation of the bladder using a native dilated ureter.
ureterocystoscope
A cystoscope with an attachment for catheterization of the ureters; the catheter is passed into the ureter when its orifice is brought into view with the cystoscope. SYN: ...
ureterocystostomy
SYN: ureteroneocystostomy. [ uretero- + G. kystis, bladder, + stoma, mouth]
ureteroenteric
Relating to a ureter and the intestine.
ureteroenterostomy
Formation of an opening between a ureter and the intestine. [ uretero- + G. enteron, intestine, + stoma, mouth]
ureterography
Radiography of the ureter after the direct injection of contrast medium. [ uretero- + G. graphe, a writing]
ureterohydronephrosis
Hydronephrosis also involving the ureters. SYN: hydroureteronephrosis, nephroureterectasis.
ureteroileoneocystostomy
Restoration of the continuity of the urinary tract by anastomosis of the upper segment of a partially destroyed ureter to a segment of ileum, the lower end of which is then ...
ureteroileostomy
Implantation of a ureter into an isolated segment of ileum which drains through an abdominal stoma. [ uretero- + ileum + G. stoma, mouth]
ureterolithiasis
The formation or presence of a calculus or calculi in one or both ureters. [ureterolith + G. -iasis, condition]
ureterolithotomy
Removal of a stone lodged in a ureter. [ureterolith + G. tome, incision]
ureterolysis
Surgical freeing of the ureter from surrounding disease or adhesions. [ uretero- + G. lysis, a loosening]
ureteroneocystostomy
An operation whereby a ureter is implanted into the bladder. SEE ALSO: detrusorrhaphy. SYN: neocystostomy, ureteral reimplantation, ureterocystostomy, ureterovesicostomy. [ ...
ureteronephrectomy
SYN: nephroureterectomy. [ uretero- + G. nephros, kidney, + ektome, excision]
ureteropathy
Disease of the ureter. [ uretero- + G. pathos, suffering]
ureteroplasty
Surgical reconstruction of the ureters. [ uretero- + G. plastos, formed]
ureteroproctostomy
Establishment of an opening between a ureter and the rectum. SYN: ureterorectostomy. [ uretero- + G. proktos, rectum, + stoma, mouth]
ureteropyelitis
Inflammation of the pelvis of a kidney and its ureter. [ uretero- + G. pyelos, pelvis, + -itis, inflammation]
ureteropyelography
SYN: pyelography.
ureteropyeloplasty
Surgical reconstruction of the ureter and of the pelvis of the kidney, usually for congenital ureteropelvic junction obstruction. [ uretero- + G. pyelos, pelvis, + plastos, ...
ureteropyelostomy
Formation of a junction of the ureter and the renal pelvis. [ uretero- + pelvis, + stoma, mouth]
ureteropyosis
An accumulation of pus in the ureter. [ uretero- + G. pyosis, suppuration]
ureterorectostomy
SYN: ureteroproctostomy.
ureterorrhagia
Hemorrhage from a ureter. [ uretero- + G. rhegnymi, to burst forth]
ureterorrhaphy
Suture of a ureter. [ uretero- + G. rhaphe, suture]
ureteroscope
An optical device passed in a retrograde fashion through the bladder up into the ureter to inspect the ureteral lumen and kidney collecting system.
ureterosigmoid
Relating to the ureter and the sigmoid colon, especially to an anastomosis between the two.
ureterosigmoidostomy
SYN: ureterocolostomy.
ureterostenosis
Stricture of a ureter. [ uretero- + G. stenosis, a narrowing]
ureterostomy
Establishment of an external opening into the ureter. [ uretero- + G. stoma, mouth] - cutaneous u. a stoma constructed of ureter at skin level for drainage of urine. This may be ...
ureterotomy
Incision into a ureter. [ uretero- + G. tome, incision]
ureterotrigonoenterostomy
Implantation of a ureter and its portion of the trigone of the bladder into the intestine. [ uretero-, + trigone (of bladder), + enterostomy]
ureteroureteral
Relating to two segments of the same ureter or to both ureters, especially an artificial anastomosis between them.
ureteroureterostomy
Establishment of an anastomosis between the two ureters or between two segments of the same ureter. See transureteroureterostomy.
ureterovesical
Relating to the ureter and the bladder, specifically the junction of ureter with bladder.
ureterovesicostomy
SYN: ureteroneocystostomy. [ uretero- + L. vesica, bladder, + stoma, mouth]
urethan, urethane
Has antimitotic activity; formerly used medically as a hypnotic, but now more often used as an anesthetic for laboratory animals. SYN: ethyl carbamate.
urethr-
See urethro-.
Urethra
The transport tube leading from the bladder to discharge urine outside the body. In males, the urethra travels through the penis, and carries semen as well as urine. In females, ...
urethral
Relating to the urethra.
Urethral opening, female
The urethra is the transport tube leading from the bladder to discharge urine outside the body. In females the urethra is shorter than in the male and opens above the vaginal ...
Urethral sphincter
The muscle that controls the release of urine from the bladder.
urethralgia
Pain in the urethra. SYN: urethrodynia. [ urethr- + G. algos, pain]
urethrectomy
Excision of a segment or of the entire urethra. [ urethr- + G. ektome, excision]
urethremorrhagia
SYN: urethrorrhagia. [ urethr- + G. haima, blood, + rhegnymi, to burst forth]
urethrism, urethrismus
Irritability or spasmodic stricture of the urethra. SYN: urethrospasm.
Urethritis
Inflammation of the urethra. (The urethra is the transport tube leading from the bladder to discharge urine outside the body.)Urethritis can be due to several causes, including ...
urethro-, urethr-
The urethra. [G. ourethra]
urethrobulbar
SYN: bulbourethral.
urethrocele
Prolapse of the female urethra. [urethro- + G. kele, tumor, hernia]
urethrocystometrography
SYN: urethrocystometry. [urethro- + G. kystis, bladder, + metron, measure, + skopeo, to view]
urethrocystometry
A procedure that simultaneously measures pressures in the urinary bladder and urethra. SYN: urethrocystometrography. [urethro- + G. kystis, bladder, + metron, measure]
urethrocystopexy
Fixation of urethra and bladder for stress incontinence. SYN: urethropexy. [urethro- + G. kystis, bladder, + pexis, fixation]
urethrodynia
SYN: urethralgia. [urethro- + G. odyne, pain]
urethrography
Contrast radiography of the male or female urethra, by retrograde injection or during voiding of contrast medium in the bladder (cystourethrogram). [urethra + G. grapho, to ...
urethrometer
An instrument for measuring the caliber of the urethra. [urethro- + G. metron, measure]
urethropenile
Relating to the urethra and the penis.
urethroperineal
Relating to the urethra and the perineum.
urethroperineoscrotal
Relating to the urethra, perineum, and scrotum.
urethropexy
SYN: urethrocystopexy. [urethro- + G. pexis, fixation]
urethroplasty
Surgical reconstruction of the urethra. [urethro- + G. plastos, formed] - Cecil u. a staged urethral reconstructive procedure wherein the urethral portion of the penis is left ...
urethroprostatic
Relating to the urethra and the prostate.
urethrorectal
Relating to the urethra and the rectum.
urethrorrhagia
Bleeding from the urethra. SYN: urethremorrhagia.
urethrorrhaphy
Suture of the urethra. [urethro- + G. rhaphe, suture]
urethrorrhea
An abnormal discharge from the urethra. [urethro- + G. rhoia, a flow]
Urethroscope
A device for examining the inside of the urethra. * * * An instrument for viewing the interior of the urethra. [urethro- + G. skopeo, to view]
urethroscopic
Relating to the urethroscope or to urethroscopy.
urethroscopy
Inspection of the urethra with a urethroscope.
urethrospasm
SYN: urethrism.
urethrostaxis
Oozing of blood from the urethra. [urethro- + G. staxis, trickling]
urethrostenosis
Stricture of the urethra. [urethro- + G. stenosis, a narrowing]
urethrostomy
Surgical formation of a permanent opening between the urethra and the skin. [urethro- + G. stoma, mouth] - perineal u. formation of a permanent opening into the bulbous portion ...
urethrotome
An instrument for dividing a stricture of the urethra. [urethro- + G. tomos, cutting]
urethrotomy
Surgical incision of a stricture of the urethra. [urethro- + G. tome, incision] - external u. u. via an external opening in the perineum or penile skin. SYN: perineal u.. - ...
urethrovaginal
Relating to the urethra and the vagina.
urethrovesical
Relating to the urethra and bladder.
urethrovesicopexy
Surgical suspension of the urethra and the base of the bladder from the posterior surface of the pubic symphysis (or anterior abdominal wall or Cooper ligament) for correction ...
URF
Abbreviation for unidentified reading frame.
Urge incontinence
A sudden involuntary contraction of the muscular wall of the bladder causing urinary urgency, an immediate unstoppable urge to urinate. It is a form of urinary incontinence ...
urgency
A strong desire to void. - motor u. u. from overactive detrusor function. - sensory u. u. due to vesicourethral hypersensitivity.
Urgency, urinary
An immediate unstoppable urge to urinate, due to a sudden involuntary contraction of the muscular wall of the bladder.
urginea
The bulbs of U. indica (Indian squill) and U. maritima (white or Mediterranean squill); the source of squill. [L. urgeo, to press, referring to the shape of the seeds]
URI
Commonly used abbreviation for Upper Respiratory Infection, an infection in the respiratory tract shy of the lungs. (Do not confuse a URI with a UTI which stands for Urinary ...
uri-, uric-, urico-
Uric acid. [G. ouron, urine]
urian
SYN: urochrome.
uric
Relating to urine.
Uric acid
A breakdown product of purines that are part of many foods. In gout, there are frequently, but not always, elevated levels of uric acid in the blood (hyperuricemia). However, only ...
Uricaciduria
The presence of excess uric acid in the urine, which may be a sign of gout or kidney stones.
uricase
SYN: urate oxidase.
urico-
See uri-.
uricolysis
Decomposition of uric acid. [ urico- + G. lysis, a loosening]
uricolytic
Relating to or effecting the hydrolysis of uric acid.
uricosome
A microbody rich in urate oxidase.
uricosuria
Excessive amounts of uric acid in the urine. [ urico- + G. ouron, urine]
uricosuric
Tending to increase the excretion of uric acid.
uricotele
An organism that is uricotelic; E.G., birds and land-dwelling reptiles.
uricotelia
The process or type of nitrogen excretion in which uric acid is the chief excretion product. [uric (acid) + G. telos, end, outcome, + -ia]
uricotelic
Producing uric acid as the chief excretory product of nitrogen metabolism. [ urico- + G. telos, end]
uridine
Uracil ribonucleoside; one of the major nucleosides in RNAs; as the pyrophosphate (UDP, UDPG, etc.), u. is active in sugar metabolism. SYN: 1-β-d-ribofuranosyluracil. - ...
uridine diphosphogalactose
A pyrophosphate group links the 5′ position of uridine and the 1 position of d-galactose. - u. 4-epimerase UDPglucose 4-epimerase.
uridine diphosphoglucose
A pyrophosphate group links the 5′ position of uridine and the 1 position of d-glucose; an intermediate in glycogen biosynthesis. SYN: UDPglucose. - u. 4-epimerase SYN: ...
uridine diphosphoglucuronic acid
Uridine diphosphoglucose in which the 6-CH2OH of the glucose has been oxidized to COOH (thus, has become a glucuronyl residue); participates in the formation of conjugates of ...
uridrosis
The excretion of urea or uric acid in the sweat. [uri- + G. hidros, sweat] - u. crystallina SYN: urea frost.
uridylic acid
Uridine esterified by phosphoric acid on one or more sugar hydroxyl groups; UMP is typically uridine 5′-monophosphate; 2′ and 3′ derivatives also occur; precursor for the ...
uridyltransferase
UDPglucose-hexose 1-phosphate; uridylyltransferase.
uriesthesia
SYN: uresiesthesia.
urin-, urino-
Urine. SEE ALSO: ure-, uro-. [G. ouron]
urinal
A vessel into which urine is passed.
Urinalysis
: A test that determines the content of the urine. Because urine removes toxins and excess liquids from the body, it can contain important clues. Urinalysis can be used to detect ...
Urinary
Having to do with the kidneys, ureters, and bladder. The urinary system represents the functional and anatomic aspects of the kidneys, ureters, and bladder. * * * Relating to ...
Urinary tract
: The organs of the body that produce and discharge urine. These include the kidneys, ureters, bladder, and urethra.
Urinary tract infection (UTI)
Infection of the kidney, ureter, bladder, or urethra. Not everyone with a UTI has symptoms. Common symptoms include a frequent urge to urinate and a painful, burning when ...
Urinary urgency
An immediate unstoppable urge to urinate, due to a sudden involuntary contraction of the muscular wall of the bladder.
urinate
To pass urine. SYN: micturate.
urination
The passing of urine. SYN: miction, micturition (1), uresis. - stuttering u. the passage of urine in jets caused by intermittent spasmodic contraction of the bladder.
Urine
: Liquid waste. The urine is a clear, transparent fluid. It normally has an amber color. The average amount of urine excreted in 24 hours is from 40 to 60 ounces (about 1,200 ...
Urine blood
Blood in the urine is termed hematuria. Gross hematuria refers to blood that is so plentiful in the urine that the blood is visible grossly, with just the naked eye. Gross ...
Urine hemoglobin
The presence of free hemoglobin in the urine, an abnormal finding, that may make the urine look dark. Hemoglobin in the urine is termed hemoglobinuria. Hemoglobin is the protein ...
Urine pH
A measure of the acidity or alkalinity of urine. The pH of any fluid is the measure of the hydrogen ion (H-) concentration. A pH of 7 is neutral. The lower the pH, the more ...
uriniferous
Conveying urine; denoting the tubules of the kidney. [urine + L. fero, to carry]
urinific
SYN: uriniparous. [urine + L. facio, to make]
uriniparous
Producing or excreting urine; denoting the malpighian bodies and certain tubules in the renal cortex. SYN: urinific. [urine + L. pario, to produce]
urino-
See urin-.
urinogenital
SYN: genitourinary.
urinogenous
1. Producing or excreting urine. 2. Of urinary origin. SYN: urogenous.
urinoma
A collection of extravasated urine. SYN: urinary cyst.
urinometer
A hydrometer for determining the specific gravity of the urine. SYN: urogravimeter, urometer. [urine + G. metron, measure]
urinometry
The determination of the specific gravity of the urine.
urinoscopy
SYN: uroscopy.
urinosexual
SYN: genitourinary.
urinous
Relating to or of the nature of urine.
uriposia
Urine-drinking. [urine + G. posis, drinking]
uro-
Urine. SEE ALSO: ure-, urin-. [G. ouron]
uroammoniac
Relating to uric acid and ammonia; denoting a variety of urinary calculus.
uroanthelone
SYN: urogastrone.
urobilin
A uroporphyrin; an acyclic tetrapyrrole that is one of the natural breakdown products of heme via choleglobin, verdohemochrome, biliverdin, bilirubin, and d-urobilinogen; a ...
urobilin IXα
SYN: mesobilene.
urobilinemia
The presence of urobilins in the blood.
urobilinogen
Precursor of urobilin.
urobilinogen IXα
SYN: mesobilane.
urobilinuria
The presence in the urine of urobilins in excessive amounts, formed mainly from hemoglobin.
urocanase
SYN: urocanate hydratase.
urocanate
A salt or ester of urocanic acid. - u. hydratase an enzyme catalyzing the reaction of water with urocanic acid to produce 4-imidazolone-5-propionic acid, a step in l-histidine ...
urocanic acid
4-Imidazoleacrylic acid; an acid derived from the oxidative deamination of l-histidine; present in sweat and in dog's urine; elevated levels are observed in cases of urocanate ...
urocanic aciduria
Elevated levels of urocanic acid in the urine.
urocanicase
One of a group of at least three enzymes that convert urocanic acid to glutamic acid.
urocele
Extravasation of urine into the scrotal sac. [uro- + G. kele, hernia]
urocheras
1. SYN: gravel. 2. SYN: uropsammus (2). [uro- + G. cheras, gravel (an incorrect form of cherados, gravel)]
urochesia
Passage of urine from the anus. [uro- + G. chezo, to defecate]
urochrome
The principal pigment of urine, a compound of urobilin and a peptide of unknown structure. SYN: urian.
urochromogen
Originally, a body in the urine that, on taking up oxygen, formed urochrome; now, probably urobilinogen.
urocrisia
1. SYN: urocrisis. 2. Obsolete term for diagnosis based upon the results of a urinary examination. [uro- + G. krino, to separate, judge]
urocrisis
1. Obsolete term for the critical stage of a disease accompanied by a copious discharge of urine. 2. Severe pain in any of the urinary organs or passages occurring in tabes ...
urocyanin
An indigo blue pigment sometimes observed in the urine in certain diseases, especially scarlet fever. SYN: uroglaucin. [uro- + G. kyanos, a blue substance]
urocyanogen
A blue pigment sometimes observed in the urine in cases of cholera.
urocyanosis
A bluish discoloration of the urine in indicanuria.
urocyst
SYN: urinary bladder. [uro- + G. kystis, bladder]
urocystic
Relating to the urinary bladder.
urocystis
SYN: urinary bladder.
UROD deficiency
Lack of the enzyme uroporphyrinogen decarboxylase (UROD) which is the basic cause of porphyria cutanea tarda (PCT), the late skin form of porphyria. PCT is a genetic ...
urodynamics
The study of the storage of urine within, and the flow of urine through and from, the urinary tract. [uro- + G. dynamis, force]
urodynia
Pain on urination. [uro- + G. odyne, pain]
uroenterone
SYN: urogastrone.
uroerythrin
A urinary pigment that gives a pink color to deposits of urates; presumably derived from melanin. SYN: purpurin (1), urerythrin.
uroflavin
A fluorescent product of riboflavin catabolism, or perhaps riboflavin itself, found in mammalian urine and feces.
uroflowmeter
A device that measures urine flow rates during micturition, including these parameters: peak flow rate, average flow rate, voided volume, and time of voiding.
urofollitropin
A preparation of gonadotropin extracted from the urine of postmenopausal women, used in conjunction with human chorionic gonadotropin to induce ovulation. SEE ALSO: ...
urofuscohematin
A brownish red pigment found in the urine in certain diseases such as leprosy.
urogastrone
A fluorescent pigment extracted from urine; an inhibitor of gastric secretion and motility. Cf.:enterogastrone. SYN: anthelone U, anthelone, uroanthelone, uroenterone.
Urogenital
Relating to both the urinary system, and to the interior and exterior genitalia. * * * SYN: genitourinary.
urogenous
SYN: urinogenous.
uroglaucin
SYN: urocyanin. [uro- + G. glaukos, bluish gray]
urogonadotropin
See human menopausal gonadotropin.
urograffin
A mixture of salts of diatrizoic acid used to form density gradients.
urogram
The radiographic record obtained by urography.
Urography
A method for examining the structure and functionality of urinary system. A special dye is injected, and X-ray machines record its progress through the urinary tract. Urography ...
urogravimeter
SYN: urinometer. [uro- + L. gravis, heavy, + G. metron, measure]
urohematin
SYN: urobilin.
urohematoporphyrin
SYN: urobilin.
uroheparin
An inactive form of heparin excreted in the urine.
urohypertensin
A pressor substance derived from the urine.
urokinase
SYN: plasminogen activator.
urolagnia
Sexual stimulation occasioned by the sight of a person urinating. [uro- + G. lagneia, lust]
uroleucinic acid, uroleucic acid
An aromatic compound, excreted in the urine of persons with alcaptonuria.
urolith
SYN: urinary calculus. [uro- + G. lithos, stone]
Urolithiasis
The process of forming stones in the kidney, bladder, and/or urethra (urinary tract). Kidney stones are a common cause of blood in the urine and pain in the abdomen, flank, or ...
urolithic
Relating to urinary calculi.
urolithology
The branch of medicine concerned with the formation, composition, effects, and removal of urinary calculi. [uro- + G. lithos, stone, + logos, study]
urologic, urological
Relating to urology.
Urological surgeon
: A physician who specializes in diseases of the urinary organs in females and the urinary tract and sex organs in males. Also called a urologist.
Urologist
: A physician who specializes in diseases of the urinary organs in females and the urinary tract and sex organs in males. Also called a urological surgeon. * * * A specialist in ...
urology
The medical specialty concerned with the study, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases of the genitourinary tract. [uro- + G. logos, study]
urolutein
Name given to yellow pigment in the urine. See urochrome, uroporphyrin (1).
uromelanin
A black pigment occasionally found in the urine, possibly a decomposition product of urochrome.
urometer
SYN: urinometer.
uroncus
A urinary cyst; a circumscribed area of extravasation of urine. [uro- + G. onkos, mass (tumor)]
uronic acids
Acids derived from monosaccharides by oxidation of the primary alcohol group (–CH2OH) farthest removed from the carbonyl group to a carboxyl group (–COOH); e.g., glucuronic ...
uronoscopy
SYN: uroscopy.
uropathy
Any disorder involving the urinary tract. [uro- + G. pathos, suffering] - obstructive u. any pathologic condition, anatomic or functional, of the urinary tract caused by ...
urophanic
Appearing in the urine; denoting any constituent, normal or pathologic, of the urine. [uro- + G. phaino, to appear]
urophein
A grayish pigment occasionally found in the urine, possibly identical with urobilin. [uro- + G. phaios, gray]
uropoiesis
The production or secretion and excretion of urine. [uro- + G. poiesis, a making]
uropoietic
Relating or pertaining to uropoiesis.
uroporphyrin
1. Porphyrin excreted in the urine in porphyrinuria; e.g., urobilin. 2. Class name for all porphyrins containing 4 acetic acid groups and 4 propionic acid groups in ...
uroporphyrinogen
See porphyrinogens. - u. decarboxylase an enzyme that participates in heme biosynthesis; it catalyzes the decarboxylation of uroporphyrin III to produce coproporphyrinogen ...
Uroporphyrinogen decarboxylase deficiency
Lack of the enzyme uroporphyrinogen decarboxylase (UROD) which is the basic cause of porphyria cutanea tarda (PCT), the late skin form of porphyria. PCT is a genetic ...
uropsammus
1. SYN: gravel. 2. Any inorganic or uratic urinary sediment. SYN: urocheras (2). [uro- + G. psammos, sand]
uropterin
SYN: urothion.
uropurpurin
A purple pigment in the urine.
uroradiology
The study of the radiology of the urinary tract.
urorectal
Relating to the urinary tract and rectum.
urorosein
A chromogen in the urine that forms a red color on the addition of nitric acid; normally exists in very minute quantities but is increased in tuberculosis and other wasting ...
urorubin
A red pigment in urine made more visible by treatment with hydrochloric acid.
urorubrohematin
A reddish pigment occasionally present in the urine in various chronic diseases.
uroschesis
1. Retention of urine. 2. Suppression of urine. [uro- + G. schesis, a checking]
uroscopic
Relating to uroscopy.
uroscopy
Examination of the urine, usually by means of a microscope. SYN: urinoscopy, uronoscopy. [uro- + G. skopeo, to view]
urosemiology
The study of the urine as an aid to diagnosis. [uro- + G. semeion, a sign, + logos, study]
urosepsin
An obsolete term for a substance formed by the decomposition of urine, supposed to be the cause of septic poisoning after urinary extravasation.
urosepsis
1. Sepsis resulting from the infection of extravasated urine. 2. Sepsis from obstruction of infected urine. [uro- + G. sepsis, decomposition]
urospectrin
A pigment found in the urine, possibly the same as urobilin.
Urothelium
The lining of the ureters, urinary bladder, and urethra. * * * The epithelial lining of the urinary tract. [uro- + epithelium]
urothion
A sulfur-containing pteridine derivative isolated from urine. SYN: uropterin.
urothorax
The presence of urine in the thoracic cavity, usually following complex multiple organ injuries.
uroxanthin
SYN: indican (2).
uroxin
SYN: alloxantin.
ursodeoxycholic acid
SYN: ursodiol.
ursodiol
A bile acid used to facilitate the dissolution of gallstones in patients; a potential alternative to cholecystectomy. SYN: ursodeoxycholic acid.
urtica
The herb, U. dioica (family Urticaceae); a weed, the leaves of which produce a stinging sensation when touching the skin. It has been used as a diuretic and hemostatic in ...
urticant
Producing a wheal or other similar itching agent. [L. urtica, nettle; see urtica]
Urticaria
Another name for the hives. Raised, itchy areas of skin that are usually a sign of an allergic reaction. Hives can be rounded or flat-topped but are always elevated above the ...
urticarial
Relating to or marked by urticaria.
urticate
1. To perform urtication. 2. Marked by the presence of wheals. [L. urticatus]
urtication
1. A burning sensation resembling that produced by urticaria or resulting from nettle poisoning. 2. SYN: urticaria. [L. urticatio]
urushiol
A mixture of nonvolatile hydrocarbons, derivatives of catechol with unsaturated C15 or C17 side chains, constituting the active allergen of the irritant oil of poison ivy, ...
USAN
Abbreviation for United States Adopted Names.
USFDA
The United States Food and Drug Administration (best known as the FDA) is an agency within the U.S. Public Health Service, which is a part of the Department of Health and ...

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