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Related to repletion: impeding, bothering, conceding, undeniably, unobtrusively, sidle, rebuffed

hy·per·vo·le·mi·a

(hī'pĕr-vō-lē'mē-ă), Do not confuse this word with hypervolia.
Abnormally increased volume of blood.
Synonym(s): plethora (1) , repletion
[hyper- + L. volumen, volume, + G. haima, blood]

hy·per·vo·le·mi·a

(hī'pĕr-vol-ē'mē-ă)
Abnormally increased volume of blood.
Synonym(s): circulatory overload, plethora (1) , repletion (1) , hypervolaemia.
[hyper- + L. volumen, volume, + G. haima, blood]

pleth·o·ra

(pleth'ŏr-ă)
1. Synonym(s): hypervolemia.
2. An excess of any of the body fluids.
Synonym(s): repletion (2) .
[G. plēthōrē, fullness, fr. plēthō, to become full]

repletion

(rē-plē′shŭn) [L. repletio, a filling up]
The condition of being full or satisfied.

hy·per·vo·le·mi·a

(hī'pĕr-vol-ē'mē-ă)
Abnormally increased volume of blood.
Synonym(s): circulatory overload, plethora (1) , repletion (1) , hypervolaemia.
[hyper- + L. volumen, volume, + G. haima, blood]

pleth·o·ra

(pleth'ŏr-ă)
1. Synonym(s): hypervolemia.
2. An excess of any of the body fluids.
Synonym(s): repletion (2) .
[G. plēthōrē, fullness, fr. plēthō, to become full]
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2004) Lactate availability is not the major factor limiting muscle glycogen repletion during recovery from an intense sprint in previously active fasted rats.
The researchers found that several indicators of oxidative damage were higher during depletion than repletion.
Perhaps if there were compelling evidence of substantial benefits of IV iron repletion (vs oral iron supplementation) given during pregnancy on measurable outcomes postpartum for the child or mother, the risk-to-benefit assessment could tip toward more-regular use of IV iron.
Dietary phylloquinone depletion and repletion repletion in older women.
However, recent research demonstrates that repletion of iron in CHF patients improves cognitive, symptomatic, and exercise performance.
It clarifies how to differentiate between internal and external, vacuity and repletion, and cold and heat to determine cause.
These include potential proliferation of entrapped micro-organisms, repletion of ocular and microbial waste and toxic products that build up, as well as dealing with a cornea that is subjected to hypoxic stress (10).
They noted that supremacy of Parliament would be maintained after repletion of amendments in the Constitution made by the dictatorial governments.
We wanted to understand their relative effects on glycogen repletion and muscle protein synthesis for the average individual.
Dedicated to her last companion, this handsomely produced pocket-sized volume gives breath to lingering melancholy laced with repletion.
Preliminary management includes discontinuation of medications that directly or indirectly lead to hypercalcemia (eg, calcium tablets, calcitriol, vitamin D, lithium and thiazides), volume repletion and loop diuretic treatment, followed by antiosteoclastic agents.