autosepticemia

au·to·sep·ti·ce·mi·a

(aw'tō-sep'ti-sē'mē-ă),
Septicemia apparently originating from microorganisms existing within the individual and not introduced from without.
[auto- + G. sēpsis, decay, + haima, blood]

autosepticemia

/au·to·sep·ti·ce·mia/ (-sep″tĭ-se´me-ah) septicemia from poisons developed within the body.

autosepticemia

[-sep′tisē′mē·ə]
a systemic infection in which pathogens (microorganisms) are present in the circulating bloodstream, developing from an infection within the body and not introduced from without.

au·to·sep·ti·ce·mi·a

(aw'tō-sep'ti-sē'mē-ă)
Blood disorder apparently originating from microorganisms existing within the individual and not introduced from without.
[auto- + G. sēpsis, decay, + haima, blood]

au·to·sep·ti·ce·mi·a

(aw'tō-sep'ti-sē'mē-ă)
Septicemia apparently originating from microorganisms existing within the individual and not introduced from without.
[auto- + G. sēpsis, decay, + haima, blood]

autosepticemia

septicemia from poisons developed within the body.