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Lowered daily or hourly diuresis. In small children 0,5–1 ml/kg/hour. With age ( maturation of the kidney's ability to thicken urine) the criterium fro oliguria decreases. In adults, it amounts to 50-500 ml of urine per day. The decrease of diuresis under 50ml/day in adults or 0.5ml/kg/h in small children is assesed as anuria.

The most common causes are:

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