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Urinalysis.

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Agglutination   The aggregation of uniting of separate particles into clumps or masses.  
Bilirubinuria   The presence of bilirubin in the urine.  
Bladder Catheterization   The passing of sterile catheter through the urethra and into the bladder to remove urine.  
Glycosuria   The presence of glucose in the urine.  
Ketonuria   The presence of ketone bodies in the urine.  
Ketosis   An accumulation of large amounts of ketone bodies in the tissues and body fluids.  
Micturation   The act of voiding urine.  
Nephron   The functional unit of the kidney.  
Oliguria   Decreased or scanty output of urine.  
pH   The unit that describes the acidity or alkalinity.  
Polyuria   Increased output of urine.  
Proteinuria   The presence of protein in the urine.  
Refractive Index   The ratio of the velocity of light in air to the velocity of light in a solution.  
Refractometer(clinial)   An instrument used to measure the refractive index of urine, which is an indirect measurement of the specific gravity of urine.  
Renal Threshold   The concentration at which a substance in the blood that is not normally excreted by the kidneys begin to appear in the urine.  
Specific Gravity   The weight of a substance compared with the weight of an equal volume of substance known as the standard.  
Supernatant   The clear liquid that remains at the top after a precipitate settles.  
Suprapubic   The passing of a sterile needle through the abdominal wall into the bladder to remove urine.  
Urinalysis   The physical, chemical, and microscopic analysis of urine.  
Void   To empty the bladder.  


   






 
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