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- n. Alternative form of urohematin.
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- n. Urinary hæmatin; -- applied to the normal coloring matter of the urine, on the supposition that it is formed either directly or indirectly (through bilirubin) from the hæmatin of the blood. See urochrome, and urobilin.
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This loss in the form of urohaematin may total four centigrams, or a hundredth part of our supply.