Urine Bag as a Modern Day Matula

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Viswanathan, Stalin;

Since time immemorial uroscopic analysis has been a staple of diagnostic medicine. It received prominence during the middle ages with the introduction of the matula. Urinary discoloration is generally due to changes in urochrome concentration associated with the presenc... View more
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