uraemia

[yoo-ree-mee-uh]
Related formsu·rae·mic, adjective

uremia

or u·rae·mi·a

[yoo-ree-mee-uh]
noun Pathology.
  1. a condition resulting from the retention in the blood of constituents normally excreted in the urine.

Origin of uremia

From New Latin, dating back to 1855–60; see origin at ur-1, -emia
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British Dictionary definitions for uraemia

uraemia

US uremia

noun
  1. pathol the accumulation of waste products, normally excreted in the urine, in the blood: causes severe headaches, vomiting, etcAlso called: azotaemia
Derived Formsuraemic or US uremic, adjective

Word Origin for uraemia

C19: from New Latin, from Greek ouron urine + haima blood

uremia

noun
  1. the usual US spelling of uraemia
Derived Formsuremic, adjective
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Word Origin and History for uraemia

uremia

n.

1857, Modern Latin, from Greek ouron "urine" (see urine) + haima "blood" (see -emia).

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uraemia in Medicine

uremia

n.
  1. The accumulation of urinary waste products in the blood.azotemia
  2. A toxic condition caused by uremia.
Related formsu•remic adj.
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