Medical Definition of Haemorrhagic bacteraemia

1. Any of several diseases usually caused by pasteurella multocida, marked by the presence of haemorrhagic areas in the subcutaneous tissues, serous membranes, muscles, lymph glands, and throughout the internal organs. (12 Dec 1998)



Lexicographical Neighbors of Haemorrhagic Bacteraemia

haemoproteins
haemoptyses
haemoptysis
haemopyelectasia
haemorepellant
haemorheology
haemorrhachis
haemorrhage
haemorrhage per rhexis
haemorrhaged
haemorrhages
haemorrhagia
haemorrhagic
haemorrhagic anaemia
haemorrhagic ascites
haemorrhagic bacteraemia (current term)
haemorrhagic brain metastases
haemorrhagic bronchitis
haemorrhagic colitis
haemorrhagic cyst
haemorrhagic cystitis
haemorrhagic diathesis
haemorrhagic disease of deer
haemorrhagic disease of newborn
haemorrhagic disease of the newborn
haemorrhagic endovasculitis
haemorrhagic enteritis
haemorrhagic exudative erythema
haemorrhagic fever
haemorrhagic fever virus

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