Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In pathology, scantiness of urine; diminished secretion of urine.
- n. medicine A decreased production in the volume of urine.
- n. abnormally small production of urine; can be a symptom of kidney disease or obstruction of the urinary tract or edema or an imbalance of fluids and electrolytes in the body
- n. production of an abnormally small amount of urine
“Other signs and symptoms, such as oliguria, unexplained crying (especially on urination), and edema, and any history of passing stones were recorded.”
“Renal effects include oliguria or anuria (little or no urine excretion) due to tubular necrosis, often preceded by the formerly mentioned effects Mercury and Iron salts.”
“· Associated icterus and renal signs (oliguria ...) indicates yellow fever, leptospirosis ...”
“She developed hypotension, oliguria, elevated white count, pyuria and renal failure.”
“In which of the following instances would prerenal failure be the more likely cause of the oliguria than intrinsic renal failure?”
“A 63 year old man recently admitted with sepsis was noted to have oliguria, with a urine output of approximately 20 ml an hour.”
“Symptoms of the severe stage include oliguria (decreased urine output), hypoxemia (low partial pressure of oxygen in the blood), low platelet count, trouble breathing, areas of mottled skin or a sudden change in mental state or condition.”
“Most of the children with stones did not have oliguria, crying on urination, edema, or passing of stones.”
“Of these patients, 50.3 percent were asymptomatic, 16.9 percent experienced dysuria (painful urination), 14.6 percent had infantile colic, 10.9 percent experienced oliguria or anuria (decreased urine and absence of urine, respectively) and 7.3 percent had hematuria (blood in the urine).”
“Low dose norepinephrine in patients with septic shock and oliguria: effects on afterload, urine flow, and oxygen transport.”
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