chyluria [kī-lur′ē-ə] n.
- The presence of chyle in the urine.
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Chyluria occurs most frequently as a symptom of infection by Filaria sanguinis hominis.
James Campbell Todd
Lewis also found Filari in the kidneys and supra-renal capsules of a woman who died of chyluria.
T. Spencer Cobbold
This is the common cause of chyluria in hot climates, but chyluria is occasionally seen in the United Kingdom without filaria.