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  • n. Alternative spelling of hematuria.

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  • n. the presence of blood in the urine; often a symptom of urinary tract disease

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Examples

  • Regarding the haematuria there is also controversy.

    Travels in West Africa

  • "The filling of the death certificate by the doctor gave an inadequate diagnosis (haematuria) as the cause of death."

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • In the case of Joseph Motloung, 88, the report refuted the doctor's diagnosis on his death certificate that he died of haematuria (blood in the urine).

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The petechiae may give way to ecchymoses (like a petechial rash, but covering larger areas) and other haemorrhagic phenomena such as melaena (bleeding from the upper bowel, passed as altered blood in the faeces), haematuria (blood in the urine), epistaxis

    Chapter 2

  • Children with S. haematobium nearly always have microscopic or visual blood in their urine (haematuria).

    Chapter 3

  • Then the quantity of albumen augmented more and more and in certain cases some haematuria even was observed.

    Alexis Carrel - Nobel Lecture

  • Soc. and med. journals; Pittman prize essay for original research on malarial haematuria; 32nd degree Mason; Presbyterian.

    Alumni History of the University of North Carolina

  • There was marked haematuria, and the animals were anaemic from actual loss of haemoglobins.

    The Worst Journey in the World Antarctic 1910-1913

  • I do not suppose this does much harm, as the malaria is the main thing that wants curing; unless Dr. Plehn is right and quinine is bad in haematuria.

    Travels in West Africa

  • Dr Reddy's also noted that adverse events of special interest (bone fracture, haematuria, heart failure, cardiac ischemia, oedema and weight gain) were numerically under-represented in the 10mg group compared to Actos.

    PharmaTimes World News

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