Definition of acholuria in English:

acholuria

noun

historical Medicine
  • Absence of bile pigments in the urine in certain types of jaundice, especially that associated with chronic haemolytic anaemias. In early use also: a disorder giving rise to this, specifically hereditary spherocytosis (now historical).

Origin

Early 20th century; earliest use found in The Lancet. From ancient Greek ἄχολος lacking gall, in Hellenistic Greek also deficient in bile + -uria, probably after French acholurie.

Pronunciation:

acholuria

/ˌeɪkɒˈljʊərɪə/