rhestocythemia

(redirected from rhestocythaemia)

rhes·to·cy·the·mi·a

(res'tō-sī-thē'mē-ă),
An obsolete term for the presence of broken-down red blood cells in the peripheral circulation.
[G. rhaiō, to destroy, + kytos, a hollow (a cell), + haima, blood]

rhestocythemia

[res′tōsīthē′mē·ə]
the presence of damaged red blood cells in the peripheral circulation.

rhes·to·cy·the·mi·a

(res'tō-sī-thē'mē-ă)
The presence of broken-down red blood cells in the peripheral circulation.
Synonym(s): rhestocythaemia.
[G. rhaiō, to destroy, + kytos, a hollow (a cell), + haima, blood]

rhestocythemia

the occurrence of broken-down erythrocytes in the blood.
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