lack of a secretion of bile.
Putty-colored or “acholic” stools occur when bile is deficient, either from obstruction to outflow or from deficient secretion.
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acholia a·cho·li·a (ā-kō’lē-ə)
Suppression or absence of secretion of bile.
a·chol’ic (ā-kŏl’ĭk) adj.
the absence of bile pigments in the urine. acholuria a·cho·lu·ri·a (ā’kō-lur’ē-ə, ā’kōl-yur’ē-ə) n. Absence of bile pigments from the urine in some forms of jaundice. a’cho·lu’ric adj.
a meteorite containing no chondrules. noun a rare stony meteorite that consists mainly of silicate minerals and has the texture of igneous rock but contains no chondrules Compare chondrite achondrite (ā-kŏn’drīt’) A stony meteorite that does not contain chondrules.
- Acholuric jaundice
acholuric jaundice acholuric jaundice n. Jaundice in which the circulating blood has excessive amounts of unconjugated bilirubin and no bile pigments.
achondrogenesis achondrogenesis a·chon·dro·gen·e·sis (ā-kŏn’drō-jěn’ĭ-sĭs, ə-kŏn’-) n. Dwarfism characterized by various bone aplasias and hypoplasias of the extremities and a short trunk with delayed ossification of the lower spine.