lithuria


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lithuria

[li′thyu̇r·ē·ə]
(medicine)
A condition marked by excess of uric (lithic) acid or its salts in the urine.
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There was no h/o dysuria, haematuria, lithuria or decreased urine output, neither was there any h/o vomiting, recent loss of weight or loss of appetite.
Afterward this lithuria disappeared, leading Hurd to conclude that irritation from the foreskin must have been impairing renal function.
One physician who described a successful circumcision of an infant to cure urinary tract lithuria also remembered having detected similar "oxalic acid deposits in the urine of masturbators, and offspring-shunning husbands, who practice onanism.