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Read about anuria medical facts: what is the definition of anuria, what are the signs and symptoms, medical treatment & how to treat anuria, information about the causes, diagnosis, and related anuria diseases.

Definition: What is "Anuria"?


Anuria otherswise known as the Anuresis is a medical condition where there is inability to urinate because of the kidney failed to function or due to diseases like kidney stones.

Symptoms & Signs

Symptoms of the Anuria includes failure to urinate, lack of appetite, vomiting, weakness & even sudden collapse of the person.

Treatment: How to Treat "Anuria"?

Treatment for Anuria includes administration of Mannitol which increases the blood flow to the kidney; Dextrose & Dopamine to produce & induce urination & surgical treatments.


Anuria is usually caused by urinary tumors, kidney stones, lassa fever & some side effects of medications & chemicals.


Diagnosis of Anuria is made through physical examination of the patient & undergoing series of laboratory tests such as urinalysis, serum creatinine, blood chemistry tests, kidney & abdominal ultrasound, x-ray, abdominal CT Scan or abdominal MRI & blood tests.

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