P-aminohippuric acid clearance



p-aminohippuric acid clearance p-a·mi·no·hip·pu·ric acid clearance (-ə-mē’nō-hə-pyur’ĭk)
n.
A test to determine renal plasma flow using p-aminohippuric acid which, if injected intravenously to achieve low plasma concentrations, is almost totally cleared by the kidneys.

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