polydipsia

[n] - excessive thirst (as in cases of diabetes or kidney dysfunction)
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polydipsia

Chronic excessive thirst.
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Polydipsia

excessive thirst
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Polydipsia

Polydipsia: Excessive thirst all the time. Polydipsia occurs, for example, in untreated or poorly controlled diabetes mellitus.
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Polydipsia

Pol`y·dip'si·a noun [ New Latin , from Greek poly`s much + ... thirst.] (Medicine) Excessive and constant thirst occasioned by disease.
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polydipsia

<symptom> Chronic excessive thirst, as in diabetes mellitus or diabetes insipidus. ... Origin: Gr. Dipsa = thirst ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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polydipsia

noun excessive thirst (as in cases of diabetes or kidney dysfunction)
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polydipsia

(pol″e-dip´se-ә) excessive thirst and fluid intake. It may be due to an organic lesion or have a psychological cause.
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Polydipsia

• (n.) Excessive and constant thirst occasioned by disease.
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polydipsia

(poly- + Gr. dipsa thirst + -ia) chronic excessive thirst, as in diabetes mellitus or diabetes insipidus.
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polydipsia

polydipsia The drinking of water in abnormally large amounts. It may be psycogenic, or secondary to dehydration due to any cause, or an attempt to keep up with a sustained polyuria, as in diabetes insipidus or diabetes mellitus.
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Polydipsia

A great thirst that lasts for long periods of time; a sign of diabetes.
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Polydipsia

A great thirst that lasts for long periods of time; a sign of diabetes.
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polydipsia

Type: Term Pronunciation: pol′ē-dip′sē-ă Definitions: 1. Excessive thirst that is relatively prolonged.
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polydipsia

Excessive thirst.
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Polydipsia

Excessive thirst. Can be a sign of kidney disease, diabetes or a number of other conditions.
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polydipsia

(pol;e-dip;se-ua) Excessive thirst.
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Polydipsia

Polydipsia is excessive thirst. The word derives from the Greek πολυδιψία, which is derived from πολύς (polys, `much, many`) + δίψα (dipsa, `thirst`). An etymologically related term is dipsomaniac, meaning an alcoholic. Polydipsia is a nonspecific symptom in various medical disorders. It also occurs as an abnormal behaviour i...
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polydipsia

Drinking large amounts of water.
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polydipsia

Drinking too much water.
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Polydipsia

Excessive thirst which causes the patient to drink large amounts of fluid
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polydipsia

abnormal thirst
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polydipsia

excessive thirst; may be a sign of diabetes.
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