Recent Examples of urine from the Web
Rocquigny said toxicology tests were being carried on Bourdain's body, including urine tests, to see if the 61-year-old American took any medications or other drugs, in an effort to help his family understand if anything led him to kill himself.
Blood and urine tests confirmed the diagnosis and a genetic test revealed the specific genetic mutations.
Cano tested positive for the diuretic Furosemide, which is often used to help mask banned substances in urine tests, according to MLB.com's Mark Feinsand.
According to Elliott, Bates could be placed under house arrest, forced to wear a GPS monitor or required to submit to increased urine analysis tests.
After that, the cop went up to an employee at the clinic and told them to not give Sanchez her urine test.
Anti-doping controls can now detect external EPO efficiently through blood and urine tests.
Life being life, Poletto wandered into the work world and drifted into medical sales that included urine-testing equipment.
Instead of meeting with his probation officer, Couch and his mother Tonya -- herself arrested Wednesday for reportedly failing a urine test -- took off for Mexico, staying on the run for weeks.
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Origin and Etymology of urine
URINE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of urine for English Language Learners
medical : waste liquid that collects in the bladder before leaving the body
URINE Defined for Kids
medical Definition of urine
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