[ kˌalɪjuːɹˈiːsɪs], [ kˌalɪjuːɹˈiːsɪs], [ k_ˌa_l_ɪ_j_uː_ɹ_ˈiː_s_ɪ_s]
How to use "Kaliuresis" in context?
Kaliuresis is an ancient Greek word meaning "pushing away or resettlement." It is a term used in medical literature to describe the process of physical withdrawal of something undesirable from the body and its replacement with something else, often better. This can take the form of blood expelling toxins or tumor cells, the accumulation of fluid in the tissue surrounding a tumor, or the expulsion of material from a cyst.
The term has a specific meaning in medicine, but it can also be used more loosely to describe any process of change, be it positive or negative.
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