macrocythemia

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macrocythemia

 [mak″ro-si-the´me-ah]
the presence of macrocytes in the blood, as in macrocytic anemia and some types of liver disease. Called also macrocytosis.

mac·ro·cy·the·mi·a

(mak'rō-sī-thē'mē-ă),
The occurrence of unusually large numbers of macrocytes in the circulating blood.
[macrocyte + G. haima, blood]

macrocythemia

/mac·ro·cy·the·mia/ (mak″ro-si-thēm´e-ah) the presence of macrocytes in the blood.

mac·ro·cy·the·mi·a

(mak'rō-sī-thē'mē-ă)
The occurrence of unusually large numbers of macrocytes in the circulating blood.
Synonym(s): macrocytosis, macrocythaemia.
[macrocyte + G. haima, blood]

macrocythemia, macrocytosis

the presence of macrocytes in the blood. Observed in miniature poodles without overt anemia.