azotemic

azotemia

[az-uh-tee-mee-uh, ey-zuh-]
noun Pathology.
the accumulation of abnormally large amounts of nitrogenous waste products in the blood, as in uremic poisoning.

Origin:
1895–1900; azote + -emia

azotemic, adjective
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azotaemia or azotemia (ˌæzəˈtiːmɪə)
 
n
pathol a less common name for uraemia
 
[C20: see azote, -aemia]
 
azotemia or azotemia
 
n
 
[C20: see azote, -aemia]
 
azotaemic or azotemia
 
adj
 
azotemic or azotemia
 
adj

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azotemia
1900, also azotaemia, from azot- (see azo-) + Gk. haima "blood."
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azotemia az·o·te·mi·a (āz'ə-tē'mē-ə, ā'zə-)
n.
See uremia.


az'o·te'mic (-mĭk) adj.
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