Coluria

Coluria

 

a genus of plants of the rose family Rosaceae. They are perennial, low, pubescent herbs with a creeping rootstock. The radical leaves are petiolate and interruptedly cleft; the stem leaves are sessile and small. The flowers, which are yellow, are solitary or in inflorescences. The fruit is a multiple nut. There are between five and seven species, distributed in Southern Siberia, Eastern Kazakhstan, Northern Mongolia, and China. In the USSR there is one species, Coluria geoides. It measures up to 30 cm tall and has flowers, which are mostly solitary and approximately 2 cm in diameter. C.geoides is found in the Altai, Eastern Kazakhstan, the southern part of Krasnoiarsk Krai, and Tuva. It grows on the steppes, on rocky and gravelly slopes. Its rhizomes and roots contain an essential oil, which is used by the local population as a substitute for tea and for aromatizing tobacco. The oil contains 93–95 percent eugenol.

REFERENCE

Fedorov, A. A., V. S. Sokolov, and R. A. Buiko. “Puti i zadachi izucheniia efirnomaslichnykh rastenii SSSR.” In Rastitel’nye resursy, vol. 4, issue 2. Moscow, 1968.

T. V. EGOROVA

References in periodicals archive ?
Asi mismo, refiere coluria e ictericia y niega adenopatias, trombosis o retos hemostasicos previos.
Ingreso al servicio de urgencias, por clinica de 13 dias de episodios febriles intermitentes, escalofrios, y signos ocasionales de intolerancia a la via oral de aspecto bilioso, tendencia a las deposiciones liquidas, dolor abdominal moderado en hemiabdomen derecho con sintomatologia urinaria y 3 dias previos a la hospitalizacion presento coluria. Signos vitales: Tension Arterial (TA): 135/72 mmHg, Frecuencia Cardiaca (FC): 112 lpm, Frecuencia Respiratoria (FR): 24 rpm, Temperatura (T): 38.2 [degrees]C, Saturacion de Oxigeno (SO2): 90%; ictericia generalizada, hepatomegalia dolorosa y edema bimaleolar.
Nadie menciona los vocablos prurito, coluria o acolia, nada raro en una epoca cuando la clinica no se correlacionaba con la patologia.
Investigar sintomas de enfermedad hepatica: ictericia, coluria, acolia, hemorragia, edemas, alteracion de conciencia.
5 16.7 Pruritus 5.0% 1 3.3 Coluria 1.3% Sweating 11% Conjunctival pallor 8.7% Diarrhea 8.1% Pruritus 7.6% 8 22.8 Sickness 7.6% Dizziness 7.0% Vomit 6.4% Abdominal pain 5.8% 16 10.2 Ns 22 13.5 7 19.4 Southeast Ns Asian 2 5.6 26 8.1 5% 30 10.1 10% 21 6.6 13% Eastern 1 1.9 Not reported Mediterranean PQ, Primaquine, IQR, Interquartile range, SD, Standard deviation Figure 3.
La necrosis muscular genera en el paciente debilidad fisica, mialgias, edema muscular y coluria sin hematuria, tanto en los casos traumaticos como no traumaticos (1,2).
De forma general la anemia hemolitica puede incluir los siguientes sintomas y signos clinicos: palidez, ictericia o color amarillento de piel y mucosas, coluria, debilidad, mareo, confusion, intolerancia a la actividad fisica, hepatoesplenomegalia y taquicardia (16).
Analysis of the urine sample revealed the presence of coluria and weakly positive haemosiderin (Perls' reaction, Figure 1) indicating intravascular haemolysis, with absent bilirubin, and no red cells were seen under microscope.
El paciente nego acolia y coluria. Hay deposiciones presentes.
El primer examen paraclinico a solicitarse en un paciente con coluria es el uroanalisis, el cual debe confirmar que realmente se trata de globulos rojos en la orina y no de otras causas que expliquen la coloracion de la orina, como por ejemplo medicamentos (rifampicina, metronidazol, nitrofurantoina, nitazoxanida etc.), alimentos (remolacha, mora, etc.) o pigmentos organicos (mioglobina, hemoglobina, porfirinas, metahemoglobinas, etc.) (11).
La hepatitis aguda puede ocasionar inapetencia, nauseas, vomito, cansancio, fiebre, ictericia, orina oscura (coluria), dolor abdominal, artritis (dolor de las articulaciones) y erupciones cutaneas (sarpullido).