acholuria

acholuria

[ak-uh-loor-ee-uh]
noun
the absence of bile pigments in the urine.

Origin:
1900–05; < Neo-Latin < Greek áchol(os) (see acholia) + Neo-Latin -uria -uria

acholuric, adjective
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acholuria a·cho·lu·ri·a (ā'kō-lur'ē-ə, ā'kōl-yur'ē-ə)
n.
Absence of bile pigments from the urine in some forms of jaundice.


a'cho·lu'ric adj.
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