Medical Definition of Epidemic haemoglobinuria

1. The presence of haemoglobin, or of pigments derived from it, in the urine of young infants, attended with cyanosis, jaundice, and other conditions; may be due to secondary methemoglobinaemia; also called Winckel's disease. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Epidemic Haemoglobinuria

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epidemic benign dry pleurisy
epidemic cerebrospinal meningitis
epidemic cholera
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epidemic diaphragmatic pleurisy
epidemic disease
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epidemic encephalitis
epidemic exanthema
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epidemic gangrenous proctitis
epidemic gastroenteritis virus
epidemic haemoglobinuria (current term)
epidemic haemorrhagic fever
epidemic hepatitis
epidemic hiccup
epidemic hysertia
epidemic hysteria
epidemic keratoconjunctivitis
epidemic keratoconjunctivitis virus
epidemic meningitis
epidemic myalgia
epidemic myalgia virus
epidemic myalgic encephalomyelitis
epidemic myalgic encephalomyelopathy
epidemic myositis
epidemic nausea

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