The quantity is increased (polyuria) during absorption of large serous effusions and in many nervous conditions.
The quantity may be so considerable as to constitute a polyuria.
There is no polyuria; nycturia is uncommon, quite the exception.
polyuria with low specific gravity and nycturia are present.
There is no puffiness beneath the eyes, no polyuria, and no nycturia as a rule.
Under exceptional circumstances, in cases of polyuria, inosite can occur.
She slept well the fourth night, and, save that she had twice a slight return of polyuria, went on without a single drawback.
polyuria pol·y·u·ri·a (pōl'ē-yur'ē-ə)
Excessive passage of urine, as in diabetes. Also called hydruria.