Definition of Cubic millimeter
1. Noun. A metric measure of volume or capacity equal to a cube 1 millimeter on each edge.
Generic synonyms: Metric Capacity Unit
Group relationships: Cc, Cubic Centimeter, Cubic Centimetre, Mil, Milliliter, Millilitre, Ml
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Literary usage of Cubic millimeter
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1. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1908)
"A rapid rise to over 10000 per cubic millimeter occurred in three days, this rise being evidently largely due to the inflammatory complications which ..."
2. The American Naturalist by American Society of Naturalists, Essex Institute (1908)
"In a case in which 120 grams of sea-salt were added to 1500 cc of sea- water the blood count gave 3900000 per cubic millimeter. A number of fishes were ..."
3. Practical Bacteriology, Blood Work and Animal Parasitology: Including ...by Edward Rhodes Stitt by Edward Rhodes Stitt (1918)
"thus having counted 80 small squares we have counted 1/50 of the total number of small squares in a cubic millimeter, there being 4000 small squares in a ..."
4. Principles and Practice of Agricultural Analysis: A Manual for the by Harvey Washington Wiley (1897)
"In one cubic millimeter of milk there are therefore 2230000 fat globules, and in one cubic centimeter ..."
5. The Journal of Experimental Medicine by Rockefeller University, Rockefeller Institute, Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research (1908)
"... a number sufficient to have furnished each cubic millimeter of blood with 643 lymphocytes over the normal supply. The absolute increase in output of ..."
6. Proceedings by Philadelphia County Medical Society (1896)
"Examination of the blood showed 1150000 red corpuscles to the cubic millimeter and 40 per cent, of hemoglobin ; there was no leukocytosis. ..."
7. Practical physiological chemistry: A Book Designed for Use in Courses in by Philip Bovier Hawk (1914)
"The number has been known to decrease to 500000 per cubic millimeter or lower in pernicious ana-mia. Erythrocytes possess the property, when properly ..."
8. Clinical Hematology: A Practical Guide to the Examination of the Blood with by John C. DaCosta (1901)
"Van den Berg's examinations of 12 cases ' show that the count is usually above 4000000 per cubic millimeter, except in severe cases complicated by acute ..."