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urosepsis (s) (noun), urosepses (pl)
1. A syndrome characterized by fever, chills, hypotension, and occasionally an altered mental status, resulting from an invasion from the urinary tract to the bloodstream by microbes or their products: Based on the spectrum of symptoms, Dr. Sneed determined Frank was suffering from urosepsis and requested special tests to review his urinary tract to detect possible malfunctions.
2. Systematic toxicity from the decomposition of extravasated urine or the passing of body fluid, or urine, from its proper place after a vessel rupture: George developed a high fever resulting from the urosepsis which he acquired and so he was in need of special treatment at the hospital.