achlorhydric anemia

(redirected from Faber syndrome)

a·chlor·hy·dric a·ne·mi·a

a form of chronic hypochromic microcytic anemia associated with achlorhydria or achylia gastrica; observed most frequently in women in the third to fifth decades.
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achlorhydric anemia

A hypochromic, microcytic anemia associated with a lack of free hydrochloric acid in gastric juice.
See also: anemia
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Faber,

Knud H., Danish physician, 1862-1956.
Faber anemia - a form of chronic hypochromic microcytic anemia associated with achlorhydria or achylia gastrica. Synonym(s): achlorhydric anemia; Faber syndrome
Faber syndrome - Synonym(s): Faber anemia
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a·chlor·hy·dric a·ne·mi·a

(ā-klōr-hīdrik ă-nēmē-ă)
Chronic hypochromic microcytic anemia associated with achlorhydria or achylia gastrica.
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