dysfibrogenemia

dysfibrogenemia

 [dis-fi″bro-jĕ-ne´me-ah]
the presence in the blood of abnormal fibrinogen; both autosomal dominant and recessive forms are known.

dysfibrogenemia

[disfi′brojĕne′mīə]
the presence in the blood of abnormal fibrinogen; secondary to liver disease.
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