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

(Latin: water, rain, wet)

Scanty urine excretion.

It may occur in acute renal failure, dehydration, shock, congestive heart failure, and urinary tract obstruction in the urethra, in bilateral ureteral obstruction, or in unilateral renal obstruction if only one kidney is functional.

Brittleness of the fingernails or toenails.
The presence in the urine of a high concentration of phosphate salts, giving it a cloudy appearance. It is associated with the formation of kidney stones.
phosphuresis, phosphuretic, phosphuria
The urinary excretion of phosphorus (phosphates).
The excretion of urine having a luminous appearance.
pimeluria (s) (noun) (no pl)
The presence of oil or fat in the urine; lipuria: After Diana's urine was analysed at Dr. Black's office, she was informed that she had a case of pimeluria, or the discharge of fat in the liquid excretory product of her body, which should be treated immediately.
Excessive chlorides in the urine.
pneumatinuria (s) (noun) (no pl)
The passage of air or gas in the urine: Pneumatinuria occurs as a result of a fistula between the intestine and the bladder.
pneumaturia (s) (noun) (no pl)
The passage of air from the urethra while urinating: Pneumaturia, or "bubbles in the urine", can happen shortly after a urinary catheter had been in the bladder.
pollakiuria, pollachiuria; pollakisuria, pollacisuria
1. Abnormally frequent urination.
2. Extraordinary urinary frequency.
3. Urination at short frequent intervals without increase in daily volume of urinary output, due to reduced bladder capacity.
Excessive urination, as in some diseases.
A descriptive term for the excretion of an abnormally large quantity of urine.
The presence of excessive amounts of protein in the urine which is usually a symptom of a kidney disorder.