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 (ə-no͝or′ē-ə, ə-nyo͝or′-)
The absence of urine formation. Also called anuresis.

a·nu′ric (ə-no͝or′ĭk, ə-nyo͝or′-) adj.


having anuria
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Adj.1.anuric - of or relating to an inability to urinateanuric - of or relating to an inability to urinate
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Acute uric acid nephropathy is acute oliguric or anuric renal failure induced by renal tubular obstruction due to excessive uric acid crystals deposits caused by severe HUA.
Due to continued oliguria and finally being anuric, emergency dialysis was performed on the fifth day.
He continues to have some fluid output and has not become anuric.
She became confused, desaturated, hypotensive, febrile and anuric, with GCS 8/15.
Often with obstructive AKI, urine output is stable, but anuric kidney failure should raise concerns for bilateral obstruction, although this is a rare occurrence (Luciano & Brewster, 2014).
Medical recommendations for the amount of daily fluid intake vary because every patient on maintenance HD (MHD) has a different dry weight, but a physician in general may recommend about 1 liter of fluid intake per day in an anuric patient (Welch, Johnson, Perkins, & Kraus, 2006).
Upon arrival at the general medicine floor, the patient initially received aggressive intravenous hydration, but remained anuric in the first 24 hours with a continued uptrend in his serum urea nitrogen and creatinine levels.
Renal aspergillosis giving rise to obstructive uropathy and recurrent anuric renal failure.
Mr X rapidly developed anuric AKI, requiring the initiation of HD treatment.
For anuric patients, risks include causing fluid overload and pulmonary edema.
9,7,8) Toxin mediated cerebral vasculopathy and thrombotic micro angiopathy have been found to cause hypoxic encephalopathy along with anuric acute renal failure.
Our case had all the three clinical manifestations that is angioneurotic oedema, rhabdomyolysis and anuric acute renal failure which have all been associated with very high mortality.