urin-, urino-, uric-, urico-, uri-, -uria, -urea, -ure

(Latin: water, rain, wet)

acetonuria
Excretion in the urine of large amounts of acetone, an indication of incomplete oxidation of large amounts of lipids; commonly occurs in diabetic acidosis.
achromaturia
acidaminuria
An excess of amino acids in urine.
aciduria
A condition marked by excessive amounts of acid in the urine; excretion of an abnormal amount of acid urine.
acraturesis
adiposuria
The presence of fat in the urine; also lipuria.
albeduria
The passing of pale or white urine of low specific gravity, as in chyluria. Also albinuria.
albiduria
The passing of pale or white urine of low specific gravity, as in chyluria. Also albinuria.
albinuria
The passing of pale or white urine of low specific gravity, as in chyluria. Also albiduria.
albuminaturia
The presence of an abnormally large quantity of albuminates in the urine when voided.
albuminuria
Presence of protein in urine, chiefly albumin but also globulin; usually indicative of disease, but sometimes resulting from a temporary or transient dysfunction
albumosuria
alcoholuria (s) (noun), alcoholurias (pl)
The existence of alcohol in the urine.
allotriuria (s) (noun), allotriurias (pl)
A strange or perverted condition of the urine.
alloxuria
The excretion of purine bases in the urine.