- increased discharge of urine.
Origin of diuresis
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It produced, after some time, slight purging, and some diuresis.
So far the conditions of sweating and of diuresis are nearly opposite.
Increased secretion of saliva, general perspiration, or diuresis sometimes marks the cessation of the pyrexia.
There is increased mucous secretion, and a feeling of nausea; but neither diaphoresis nor diuresis has been observed.Poisons: Their Effects and Detection
Alexander Wynter Blyth
With aconitine, diuresis was not always established, and when it failed the animal died in convulsions.
- excretion of an unusually large quantity of urine
C17: from New Latin, from Greek diourein to urinate
Word Origin and History for diuresis
medical Latin, from Greek diourein "to urinate" (see diuretic) + -esis.
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
- Discharge of urine, especially in unusually large amounts.
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