Haemolytic
Haemolysis H[ae]*mol"y*sis (h[-e]*m[o^]l"[i^]*s[i^]s), n., Haemolytic H[ae]m`o*lyt"ic (h[e^]m`[-o]*l[i^]t"*[i^]c or h[=e]`m[-o]-), a. (Physiol.) Same as {H[ae]matolysis}, {H[ae]matolytic}. [Webster 1913 Suppl.]

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  • haemolytic — adj. causing, associated with, or resulting from destruction of red blood cells (erythrocyte). For example, a haemolytic antibody is one that causes destruction of red cells; a haemolytic anaemia is due to red cell destruction (see anaemia) …   Medical dictionary

  • haemolytic — adj. causing, associated with, or resulting from destruction of red blood cells (erythrocytes). For example, a haemolytic antibody is one that causes destruction of red cells; a haemolytic anaemia is due to red cell destruction (see anaemia) …   The new mediacal dictionary

  • haemolytic — adjective relating to or involving or causing hemolysis hemolytic anemia • Syn: ↑hemolytic • Pertains to noun: ↑hemolysis, ↑hemolysis (for: ↑hemolytic) …   Useful english dictionary

  • haemolytic anaemia — (= hemolytic anemia (USA) ) Anaemia resulting from reduced red cell survival time, either because of an intrinsic defect in the erythrocyte (hereditary spherocytosis or ellipsocytosis, enzyme defects, haemoglobinopathy), or an extrinsic damaging… …   Dictionary of molecular biology

  • haemolytic disease of the newborn — the condition resulting from destruction (haemolysis) of the red blood cells of the fetus by antibodies in the mother s blood passing through the placenta. This most commonly happens when the red blood cells of the fetus are Rh positive (i.e.… …   Medical dictionary

  • haemolytic disease of the newborn — the condition resulting from destruction (haemolysis) of the red blood cells of the fetus by antibodies in the mother s blood passing through the placenta. This most commonly happens when the red blood cells of the fetus are Rh positive (i.e.… …   The new mediacal dictionary

  • haemolytic uraemic syndrome — a condition in which sudden rapid destruction of red blood cells (see haemolysis) causes acute renal failure due partly to obstruction of small arteries in the kidneys. The haemolysis also causes a reduction in the number of platelets, which can… …   Medical dictionary

  • haemolytic disease of the newborn — noun Medicine a severe form of anaemia in a fetus or newborn infant caused by incompatibility with the mother s blood type …   English new terms dictionary

  • haemolytic uraemic syndrome — a condition in which sudden rapid destruction of red blood cells (see haemolysis) causes acute renal failure due partly to obstruction of small arteries in the kidneys. The haemolysis also causes a reduction in the number of platelets, which can… …   The new mediacal dictionary

  • haemolytic anaemia — noun anemia resulting from destruction of erythrocytes • Syn: ↑hemolytic anemia • Hypernyms: ↑anemia, ↑anaemia …   Useful english dictionary

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