Medical Definition of Corpus haemorrhagicum

1. A haematoma with a lining formed by the thinned-out bright yellow lutein zone; gradual resorption of the blood elements leaves a cavity filled with a clear fluid, i.e., a corpus luteum cyst. Synonym: corpus luteum haematoma. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Corpus Haemorrhagicum

corpus dentatum
corpus epididymidis
corpus epididymis
corpus femoris
corpus fetishism
corpus fibrosum
corpus fibulae
corpus fimbriatum
corpus fornicis
corpus gastricum
corpus geniculatum externum
corpus geniculatum internum
corpus geniculatum laterale
corpus geniculatum mediale
corpus glandulae sudoriferae
corpus haemorrhagicum (current term)
corpus highmorianum
corpus humeri
corpus incudis
corpus juris
corpus linguae
corpus luteum
corpus luteum deficiency syndrome
corpus luteum haematoma
corpus luteum hormone
corpus luteum hormone unit
corpus luteum maintenance
corpus luteum regression
corpus luysi
corpus mamillare

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