Medical Definition of Biermer's disease

1. A form of anaemia (low red blood cell counts) that results when the bone marrow fails to produce adequate numbers of red blood cells due to a deficiency in vitamin B12. Intrinsic factor, necessary for normal B12 absorption, may be the underlying cause for B12 deficiency if is not produced in the gastric glands (in the stomach). Origin: Gr. Haima = blood (27 Sep 1997)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Biermer's Disease

Biederman's sign
Biedermeier
Biedl
Biella
Bielorussian
Bielorussians
Bielschowsky's disease
Bielschowsky's sign
Bielschowsky's stain
Bier's amputation
Bier's hyperaemia
Bier's method
Bierce
Biermer's anaemia
Biermer's disease
Biermer's sign
Biernacki's sign
Biesiadecki's fossa
Big5
Big Apple
Big Bad Wolf
Big Bad Wolves
Big Bang
Big Ben
Big Bend
Big Bend National Park
Big Bend patchnose snake
Big Bend patchnose snakes
Big Bertha

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