noun Etymology: New Latin Date: 1908 polycythemia vera

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  • erythremia — SYN: polycythemia vera. [erythro + G. haima, blood] altitude e. SYN: chronic mountain sickness. * * * er·y·thre·mia or chiefly Brit er·y·thrae·mia .er ə thrē mē ə n POLYCYTHEMIA VERA * * * er·y·thre·mia (er″ə threґme ə) [erythro + …   Medical dictionary

  • erythremia — n. polycythemia vera, polycythemia characterized by overproduction of red blood cells as a result of bone marrow disease (accompanied by nosebleed, swelling of the circulatory vessels and enlargement of the spleen) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • erythremia — er·y·thre·mia …   English syllables

  • erythremia — …   Useful english dictionary

  • Erythremia grandiflora Nutt. — Symbol LYGR Synonym Symbol ERGR17 Botanical Family Asteraceae …   Scientific plant list

  • polycythemia — [päl΄i sī thē′mē ə] n. 〚 POLY + CYT(O) + HEMIA〛 an abnormal increase in the number and concentration of circulating red blood corpuscles * * * pol·y·cy·the·mi·a (pŏl ē sī thēʹmē ə) n. A condition marked by an abnormally large number …   Universalium

  • polycythemia vera — noun Etymology: New Latin, true polycythemia Date: circa 1925 polycythemia of unknown cause that is characterized by increase in total blood volume and accompanied by nosebleed, distension of the circulatory vessels, and enlargement of the spleen …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Polycythemia vera — Primary polycythemia, often called polycythemia vera (PCV), polycythemia rubra vera (PRV), or erythremia, occurs when excess red blood cells are produced as a result of an abnormality of the bone marrow. Often, excess non lymphoid white blood… …   Wikipedia

  • Polycythemia — Classification and external resources Packed cell volume diagram. ICD 10 D …   Wikipedia

  • Полицитемия истинная — Polycythemia МКБ 10 D45. (ICD O 9950/3), D75.1, P61.1 МКБ 9 …   Википедия

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