natriuresis

[n] - the presence of abnormally large amounts of sodium in the urine
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Natriuresis

Natriuresis: The excretion of an excessively large amount of sodium in the urine. Natriuresis is similar to diuresis (the excretion of an unusually large quantity of urine), except that in natriuresis the urine is exceptionally salty. Natriuresis occurs with some diuretics and diseases (as of the adrenal) and can lead to the salt-losing syndrome ch
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natriuresis

<physiology> The excretion of abnormal amounts of sodium in the urine. ... Origin: L. Natrium = sodium, Gr. Ouresis = a making water ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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natriuresis

noun the presence of abnormally large amounts of sodium in the urine
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natriuresis

(na″tre-u-reĀ“sis) the excretion of sodium in the urine; see also salt wasting and salt-losing crisis (syndrome).
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natriuresis

(L. natrium sodium + Gr. oursis a making water) the excretion of abnormal amounts of sodium in the urine.
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natriuresis

Type: Term Pronunciation: nā′trē-yū-rē′sis Definitions: 1. Urinary excretion of sodium; commonly designates enhanced sodium excretion, which may occur in certain diseases or as a result of the administration of diuretic drugs.
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Natriuresis

Natriuresis is the process of excretion of sodium in the urine via action of the kidneys. Natriuresis is promoted (more sodium is excreted) by Brain and Atrial natriuretic peptides, and it is inhibited (sodium is conserved) by chemicals such as aldosterone. Natriuresis lowers the concentration of sodium in the blood and also tends to lower blood v
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