Definition of Hyperchromic anaemia

1. Noun. Anemia characterized by an increase in the concentration of corpuscular hemoglobin.

Exact synonyms: Hyperchromic Anemia
Generic synonyms: Anaemia, Anemia



Medical Definition of Hyperchromic anaemia

1. A type of anaemia which results when the body lacks sufficient vitamin B and the resulting red blood cells are thicker than normal, appearing more deeply coloured. Origin: Gr. Haima = blood (11 Jan 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hyperchromic Anaemia

hypercholesterolaemia
hypercholesterolaemias
hypercholesterolaemic
hypercholesterolemia
hypercholesterolemias
hypercholesterolemic
hypercholesterolia
hypercholia
hyperchromaffinism
hyperchromasia
hyperchromatic
hyperchromatism
hyperchromatisms
hyperchromia
hyperchromic
hyperchromic anaemia (current term)
hyperchromic anemia
hyperchromic effect
hyperchromicity
hyperchylia
hyperchylomicronaemia
hypercinesia
hypercinesis
hypercinnabar
hypercivilized
hyperclean
hypercoagulabilities
hypercoagulability
hypercoagulable
hypercoaster

Literary usage of Hyperchromic anaemia

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1. The Biology of the Blood-cells with a Glossary of Hæmatological Terms: For by Oskar Cameron Gruner (1914)
"A cancerous anaemia is thus 98 per cent simple anaemia + 2 per cent hyperchromic anaemia. Progressive pernicious anaemia is 98 per cent hyperchromic anaemia ..."

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