Medical Definition of Haematin chloride

1. A substance, in the form of reddish brown, microscopic, prismatic crystals, formed from dried blood by the action of strong acetic acid and common salt; called also Teichmann's crystals. Chemically, it is a hydrochloride of haematin. The obtaining of these small crystals, from old blood clots or suspected blood stains, constitutes one of the best evidences of the presence of blood. Origin: Gr. Blood. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)



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haematemesis
haematencephalon
haematexylin
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haematin
haematin chloride (current term)
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haematins
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