noun, plural u·ri·nal·y·ses [yoo r-uh-nal-uh-seez] /ˌyʊər əˈnæl əˌsiz/.
- uridylic acid,
- urim and thummim,
- urinary bladder,
- urinary calculus,
- urinary nitrogen
Origin of urinalysis
Examples from the Web for urinalysis
Ten percent of troops in each unit are selected at random, once a month, for a urinalysis.
In hospitals, the urinalysis is made as a routine procedure.
However careful a urinalysis may be, there is no assurance that one can predict the pathologic state of the kidney.Arteriosclerosis and Hypertension:|Louis Marshall Warfield
(a) Outline tests used in urinalysis; state when they are used.