Bacteriuria

bacteria in the urine; large amounts can indicate bladder, urethra, or kidney infection
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bacteriuria

The presence of bacteria in the urine with or without consequent urinary tract infection. Since bacteriuria is a clinical entity, the term does not preclude the use of urine/microbiology for technical discussions on the isolation and segregation of bacteria in the urine. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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bacteriuria

(bak-tēr″e-u´re-ә) bacteria in the urine. adj., bacteriu´ric., adj.
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Bacteriuria

In medicine, bacteriuria denotes the presence of bacteria in urine not due to contamination from urine sample collection. ==Overview== Urine is normally a sterile bodily fluid when inside the bladder, but can pick up commensals and pathogens when exiting through the urethra. Bacteria in the urine, especially gram-negative rods, usually indicate a ...
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bacteriuria

Type: Term Pronunciation: bak-tēr′ē-yū′rē-ă Definitions: 1. The presence of bacteria in the urine.
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