Menorrhagia Men`or*rha"gi*a, n. [NL., fr. Gr. mh`n month + ? to break.] (Med.) (a) Profuse menstruation. (b) Any profuse bleeding from the uterus; Metrorrhagia. [1913 Webster]

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  • menorrhagia — [men΄ə rā′jē ə] n. [ModL < Gr mēn (gen. mēnos), month, MOON + RRHAGIA] excessive menstrual flow menorrhagic [men΄əraj′ik] adj …   English World dictionary

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  • Menorrhagia — Excessive bleeding from the uterus which occurs right on schedule at the regular times of the menstrual periods but the bleeding is heavier than usual and may last longer than usual. * * * SYN: hypermenorrhea. [meno + G. rhegnymi, to burst forth] …   Medical dictionary

  • menorrhagia — n. abnormally heavy bleeding at menstruation, which may or may not be associated with abnormally long periods. Menorrhagia may be associated with hormonal imbalance (in which case it is described as dysfunctional uterine bleeding), pelvic… …   The new mediacal dictionary

  • menorrhagia — noun Etymology: New Latin Date: 1779 abnormally profuse menstrual flow …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • menorrhagia — menorrhagic /men euh raj ik/, adj. /men euh ray jee euh, jeuh/, n. Pathol. excessive menstrual discharge. [1770 80; MENO + RRHAGIA] * * * …   Universalium

  • menorrhagia — noun excessive menstruation Ant: oligomenorrhea …   Wiktionary

  • menorrhagia — menÉ™ reɪdÊ’É™ n. excessive bleeding during menstruation (Pathology) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • menorrhagia — [ˌmɛnə reɪdʒɪə] noun Medicine abnormally heavy bleeding at menstruation. Origin C18: mod. L., from meno + rrhag , stem of Gk rhēgnunai to burst …   English new terms dictionary

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