In man, in addition to the urea excreted, there is also a little hippuric and uric acid or compounds of these.
They contain alkalies which help to lessen the accumulation of uric acid.
The kidneys strain out urea, uric acid, and certain other poisons from the blood and eject them through the urinary tract.
The most of the nitrogen is present as uric acid and ammonia.
The reader will bear in mind, that this acid is the same as the uric, the name by which it is generally known.
As we have seen, the urea is very slightly lower; but after much exertion the uric acid is increased.
What if gout should prove to be a sensitization or anaphylaxis to uric acid that does not exist in the non-gouty?
I prescribed Thlaspi, which he said soon stopped the uric acid.
That fire shall provide no beacon for uric Dugan and the Danites!
He became wary about breakfast as life advanced, and at one time talked much of Dr. Haig and uric acid.
uric u·ric (yur'ĭk)
Relating to, contained in, or obtained from urine.